What's your problem?
Don't make your customers download an app that tells them to buy from your competitors. Let them order without scanning a QR code, downloading an app, choosing their table or typing in a card number.
Offer an experience that's 10x faster than anything else.
Area + venue discovery
Enhance your area or venue with a discovery trail. Curate the visitor experience from their first Google search through to their last physical step. No app required.
Choose locations and add rich info+video in just a few clicks. All your visitors have to do is tap.
Imagine a world where there's no compromise between your physical store and online sales.
Your customers see an always-visible cart as they tap stickies in your store. If they've checked out with a sticky anywhere just once before, they can pay with a single tap.
How annoying is giving your name and number to every restaurant? Free your customers from this pain.
Build a one-step check in so your customers only have to input in their info once for every venue they visit. No app. No sign up or log in. Just the quickest check in ever.
How do I tap a sticky?
People engage with stickies they guarantee a quick, safe and valuable experience.
You decide what's inside the "tap me" frame.
It makes money
Build apps that are both engaging and profitable.
Turn anything into a point-of-sale, take donations and let people pay in 10 seconds or less.
You get the best data
Watch your apps grow and make money. We help you answer "who" and "why" over "what" or "where".
Or export your data quickly for deeper analysis.
You're in control
Design and build your app online. Update stickies at scale from anywhere in the world.
Feeling smart? We are 100% API and webhook driven. No limits.
Inspired initially by NFC's underserved potential and later by microeconomics, Sticky lets you make a new kind of application which is both digital and physical - a unique physical↔digital experience.
Every 'sticky' is made of premium, weather-proof polypropylene in collaboration with FastPrint.
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