New iPhone and Android App Treater Allows You to Send Treats to Your Facebook Friends

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The new iPhone and Android app, “Treater” makes it easier than ever to send a little gift of love or appreciation to a friend or coworker. With Treater, you can send various treats to friends, loved ones and co-workers with a few taps on the screen of your mobile device.

Similar to Facebook Gifts, Treater allows you to send your intended recipient an impressive variety of treats, such as coffee, cocktails, chocolates, facials, manicures, or new clothing. You can access your friends by signing on to Facebook and choosing from any of your Facebook friends. Once you choose a recipient, you can browse available treats by category such as “Drinks on Me,” “Caffeine Fix,” “Moment of Zen,” “Good Grub,” and “Night Out.”

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When you choose which category you’d like, you will then be able to choose from various merchants offering the treats within your chosen category. For example, if you choose the category “Sweet Treats,” you can choose a treat from Pinkberry, Godiva, Robeks, Jamba Juice, Crumbs, Georgetown Cupcake, Cold Stone Creamery, Kara’s Cupcakes SF and Magnolia Bakery NYC. After choosing your treat, you can include a personalized note for the recipient.

Once you are ready to check out, you can do so with a one-time credit card payment, or with a credit card that you have saved in your Treater account. The purchase shows up as a one time credit card with its own unique one-time number on the recipient’s screen, and then the merchant runs that card number to complete the purchase. You also have the option to alert the treat recipient via text message, email, or a Facebook wall post. To redeem the treat, recipients can use their mobile device through the merchant.


You can download Treater from the iTunes app store, or Google Play market, or [Page no longer available – we have linked to the version instead].

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