Ripple

A new professional network from the creators of Tinder

#4 Product of the DayJanuary 09, 2018

Ripple is professional networking, solved.

Swipe through potential connections to strengthen your network. No need to carry around (or forget) business cards; connect with people you meet using Nearby. Join groups and events to bolster your professional life, and stay on top of your game with the latest news, Tweets, and Medium articles from your

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Reviews

  • Elizabeth HannanChief Digital Strategy Officer
    Pros: 

    Clever idea! LI needs a competitor

    Cons: 

    Not up to par. Seems unfinished full of bugs

    It is very obvious there was no H.E.O. research done before launching to create a good flow to the customer journey. It is choppy, missing chunks and very obviously designed with the developers ego first rather than defining the buyer persona for the actual user of the app.

    The reviews on the App store seem to nail it.

    Definitely, not a Tinder quality app. Maybe Tinder ver .0005.

    Elizabeth Hannan has used this product for one day.
  • Alaric CalmetteSoftware Engineer
    Pros: 

    The idea seems great

    Cons: 

    Couldn't go through the onboarding as linking a google account didn't work and linking a twitter account crashed the app

    The idea seems great but it looks like the android app has been shipped in a rush because i couldn't even get past the signup process.

    Alaric Calmette has used this product for one day.

Discussion

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Frank Madre@franksmadre · Fear the future, live for yesterday
Do we really need another Ripple? First the cryptocurrency, then the pea-milk (it's weirdly delicious) and now this. Love the idea, but think you should pick a new name
Ross Currie@rossdcurrie · Founder, Brutal TearDowns
@franksmadre "Awww, what am I going to call my Internet company? All the good names are taken!"
Comic-CONnor@connorgutman · Expert procrastinator and full-stack dev
@franksmadre Have you tried chocolate ripple? Weirdly delicious.
ProductPearson@productpearson
Me to wife: "Don't worry babez, it's just a professional networking app so I can meet like minded business people" Wife to me: "Are women on the app?" Me to Wife: "Yeh but they are only successful, rich, powerful business women babez" Wife to me: "Uninstall that shit right now"
Elizabeth Hannan@elizabethhannan · Chief Digital Strategy Officer
@productpearson Seriously, that is the exact banter my fiance gives me everytime some new guy friends me on LI or AL. :-)
Edward Vasquez@edwardvasquezdr · Founder of shuuka.com
i think this is a wrong name :S.. good idea bad name..
Bent StamnesPro@gloom303 · Real-time Graphics Enthusiast
Installed it to check it out, registration is (apparently) for US phone numbers only, uninstalled.
Matteo Crippa@ghego20 · Senior Mobile Developer
@gloom303 same over there, tried but no way to register outside US
Bent StamnesPro@gloom303 · Real-time Graphics Enthusiast
@ghego20 I have no problem with US-only services/launches, but that should be clearly communicated.
Gareth JohnsonMakerPro@garethtjohnson · Cofounder & CPO, Ripple
@gloom303 Hey Bent! Sorry for the lack of clarity. This has been available on Android, and we're releasing an update for iOS soon that should allow you to select your own country code.
pete@_jspete · entrepreneur
Look like Shapr which is doing the same thing and seems to have a good traction in France. Btw you should seriously consider to change the name as its really confusing with the famous crypto http://www.shapr.co/
Alban JAMESSE@alban · E-commerce manager.
@_jspete I'm french to and I use https://www.producthunt.com/post... For now Ripple accept only US's mobile phone owners