According to Revelist, AllGo App will "rate public places on how accommodating they are for people of all sizes and disabilities."
POPSUGAR spoke with the founder of AllGo, Rebecca Alexander, about the project who says that when she realized "Accessibility issues didn't seem to be a priority for businesses," she and her colleague Michele Amar came up with the idea.
And the campaign has been picking up steam, thanks to support from high profile icons like Roxane Gray, Tess Holiday, Bruce Sturgell, Jess Baker, and Michael Anthony-Spearman, amongst MANY others, including TV Personality and co-founder of The Plus Bus boutique, Marcy Geuvara-Prete.
According to the Kickstarter FAQ page, the app will exist because "The information people of size need to feel confident going out isn’t readily available on other review sites. As our co-founder Rebecca says, 'I don’t have time to scroll through 1500 photos of ravioli just to figure out whether a restaurant’s chairs have arms!'"
Check out the Kickstarter page and donate now! Then let us know, would YOU use AllGo?