Dating search people make friends
The Internet offers many more ways to find great activities in the real world.
Members of the travel network Couch Surfing for example love to socialize.
But it’s enough to make your search for love seem a little more immediate, and it's an interesting twist on the more static interfaces the big apps like Bumble and Tinder give you.
So what happens once you’re interested in someone who pops up?
Gone are the days when online dating had a bad reputation.
Meanwhile, online dating websites have become a way not only to meet a bed or life partner, but also to find friends.
Of course this is far from the only app that offers matches based on finding you people who you’ve crossed paths with — Happn and many others operate on the same premise.
So the real question here is will AR really make the experience of meeting people that much more dynamic?
Originally based on the idea that travelers need a place to sleep and many people have a spare couch, Couch Surfing has long grown beyond just... Or use the Internet to find local clubs, the old-fashioned way to meet new people and make friends.
You click on their bubble, and their profile appears.
You can then ping the person letting them know you like them.
The geotargeting isn’t ultra precise, so they sort of hover over the general area where someone is.
It’s not like right on top of a person’s face, which might be a bit much.