Anybody interested in building a new kind of dating app?

The swipe action is so outdated now. My idea would be to introduce a wheel of fortune style where the user spins the wheel and whoever they land on, they can choose to ask questions to get the conversation going. Most other dating apps or sites will make you answer a ton of questions before meeting anyone so that can use some magic algorithm to match. My idea would be to let the users land on someone they're visually attracted to first and then start with conversational questions.

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    There are enough dating sites today. It seems to me that you can find your half everywhere. The main thing is to know what you want. Once I found a mobile sex chat https://isexychat.com/chatrooms/mobile-chat/ and was pleasantly surprised. There are so many rooms that a day is not enough to see everything. It took me a couple of minutes to make a bunch of acquaintances. There I found my girlfriend.

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    My friends and I developed a Dating site while we have a small team, and we would love to find like-minded people. We have distinctive features from other online Dating sites, we have added some new features and features for visitors who want to meet and find relationships. It's funny that I also met my friends on https://shagbook.com so we decided to do something similar. For people, this will be an easy opportunity to find friends, a partner, or just a sex acquaintance (why not). In our time this is quite relevant and I think we will be able to find our audience

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    Hey @vez1132, I just built a dating app myself because like you and many others, I am sick of the current dating app model. Swipe Swipe Swipe, and eventually you get a match. You start messaging back and forth, and the bam, ghosted. Back to square 1.

    Here is the app I built, StepUp. If you're interested, check it out. Lemme know if you have any feedback. Thanks!

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      Hey @kennethwchen that's an awesome idea! How's the app doing so far?

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