Sending calendar invites to your friends feels kinda formal when all you want to do is chat and hang out.
Earlier this week Midas Kwant launched Rodeo
, an app for casual voice-only (no need to check how you look) chats with friends - no calendar invite necessary.
Think of it as a Gen Z Clubhouse for your friends. Hop on the app, start a room and your friends will know you’re free to talk. Friends of the friends you’re talking to can join too, making it easy to meet new people.
Organizing virtual get-togethers on WhatsApp
, even Houseparty
to a certain extent, require some effort to organize. Instead of having to call your group or ask for time, with Rodeo, you and your friends can let each other know you're down to talk and chat by creating a room.
This app is about expressing when you're free, versus calling and asking if someone is free.
This subtle change can bring a whole new serendipitous world of communication to you and your friends.
Make room for more happy, accidental meetings across your friend network, by having conversations you didn't know you've been missing out on.