To date, the Boost Juice app has been a somewhat less than feature packed app. With a few basic features like store locator, menu and Boost Juice Vibe Member functions, it’s apparently learned a new trick with the latest update. Members can now order their favourite juice from their local or favourite store, then pay for their order using 10 Boost Vibe Points, Vibe cash, Credit Card or eGift Card.

We are not sure what Vibe Cash is, however this sounds like a pre-loading of money onto your Vibe card to make purchases. Similar to what Starbucks Coffee’s offer on their membership card system.

The update is rolling out to users of the Boost Juice App, however if you haven’t got the app, you can install it now via Google Play.

Boost Juice
Boost Juice
Developer: Retail Zoo Pty Ltd
Price: To be announced
Source: Boost Juice Bars.
Via: Google Play - Boost Juice App.
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    A Boost Juice app, Finally. I’ve had one of their cards for 10 years now.

    They’ve been touting that they will go live with the Vibe Cash, and tell us what it is, ‘soon’, for the past 7 years Alex.
    What’s poor about the app and Boost, is there’s no sign of Boost on G+


    Doesn’t really matter if they’re on G+ or not. G+ is dead. A PR nightmare for Google right from the start, never really picked up traction against the social network giants and also pissed off a lot of Google’s services users. The guy who charged G+ has left Google as well. G+ was a mess.

    Glad to see there’s a boost app though. Will definitely give it a shot.

    Daniel Tyson

    Not particularly a failure : It is the second-largest social networking site in the world after Facebook. 540 million monthly active users are part of the Identity service site, by interacting socially with Google+’s enhanced properties, like Gmail, +1 button, and YouTube comments.


    I get much better comments, conversations and indeed information than on Facebook, and it’s easier to mute trolls on G+. For fans of Google+ it’s an amazing product, but if you don’t enjoy it, that’s your right, for the rest of us, we love it.


    It is a failure to Google though. There’s a reason why Vic left Google and resources are being stripped from the G+ team and moved to other parts of the company. It’s not performing as well as Google has liked and has been the source of quite a few PR issues for the company. Active users means jack all really. As you mentioned, making a Youtube post is considered being ‘active’ on G+ as is logging into the G+ web page/app once a month is considered ‘active’. I’d like to see how much time average users spend on G+ compared… Read more »

    Daniel Tyson

    There’s really no actual facts to anything you’ve said – and no real way to prove who is actually right. Google has not officially commented on resources being moved anywhere and based on our dealings with Google never will. Vic left to spend more time with his family – if you choose not to believe that, that’s your opinion, but the public record is that. ‘Reports from sources’ are just that unfounded, if you’re so confident, go on record. We’ll certainly report on it, if or when it actually becomes public record. Active users is definitely not an indicator of… Read more »