DownToDash

Meet fun people based on activities & discover events!

DownToDash is a mobile app that connects people based on what they are down to do like workouts, sports, eating, travelling and other activities. Users can create a specific plan (example: play Tennis on Thursday at 5 pm) and other users can swipe down to join it.

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Reviews

  • Elizabeth BethUnilever Marketing
    Pros: 

    The concept, UI and user experience

    Cons: 

    Not that I can think of right now

    I moved into New York and met so many amazing people through the app!! Also, joined this yoga class I discovered on it

    Elizabeth Beth has used this product for one month.
  • Pros: 

    i met many amazing people through the app

    Cons: 

    Expand to other cities pleas

    Love it

    Rachna Daryanani has used this product for one week.

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Graeme Fulton@graeme_fulton · Making Prototypr.io and emailOtter 🐭
looks like a good idea! I think many people use tinder just to meet people, not even interested in relationships..and if there is swiping, now people in relationships can have a go 👏🏽 Also noticed the 'download on app store' buttons only work for mobile devices, they just redirect to the homepage from desktop.. so might be good to have a page somewhere for desktop users showing screenshots of how the app works
Sama JashnaniMaker@sama_jashnani · Co-Founder, DownToDash
@graeme_fulton glad you like it! Yes we have a website too - http://downtodash.com/. We also have a Discover NYC Facebook group incase you want to join and be updated about the events we have - https://www.facebook.com/groups/...
Graeme Fulton@graeme_fulton · Making Prototypr.io and emailOtter 🐭
@sama_jashnani thanks, just joined 👍🏽
Nida Nizam@nidanizam · Co-founder of Impakt
This is great! I have friends in lots of cities and we have Facebook and WhatsApp groups in each one to organize activities and professional stuff, but it’s not pretty and definitely can get messy. Thanks!