Some genius made an app to locate your nearest Halal Snack Pack provider

Some genius made an app to locate your nearest Halal Snack Pack provider

The most important app release of 2016 so far.

Download the GetMeHSP App and store it in a 'Frequent Use' folder on your phone, then next time you head out for a night on the town be certain to set yourself a reminder for 2AM (or later) to open it and put it to use.

The hype around the Halal Snack Pack this year has been nothing short of phenomenal, from a now 116,000 strong Facebook group titled the HSPAS, or Halal Snack Pack Appreciation Society (who we caught up with HERE), to a Labor Senator showing love to the dish in a parliamentary address (which we wrote about HERE); people Australia and world-wide have been ditching kebabs and pizza for this higher class of drunkenly-consumed culinary delight. With the popularity of the styrofoam encased dish skyrocketing in recent months, it was high time that someone created an app to point you in the direction of your nearest kebab shop selling Halal Snack Packs. Starting out as a website before recently being transformed into a hunger-busting app, GetMeHSP is your personal Halal Snack Pack GPS, steering you and your drunken friends to a HSP distributor in your immediate vicinity, while also offering a rating of the store left by fellow GetMeHSP users (so you know you're getting the real deal).

Download the GetMeHSP HERE or check out the website HERE.

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