Twenty

Hang out with friends in real life

Use Twenty to:
*See where your friends are on the map
*Create a Hangout to make plans for now or later
*Invite your friends and see who’s down
*Find things to do wherever you are (concerts, happy hours, sporting events, restaurants and more)
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Chris Messina
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This problem should be added to design programs as an introduction to designing social products... it's tried so often and these apps never take off. The market dynamics just never work out.
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@chrismessina Hey, I'm just curious, but what do you mean? Are you specifically referring to location-based apps?
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Robert Unyx#mementomori
@chrismessina Probably requires better implementation, a different approach. It would be dumb to think it couldn't. This is already happening organically, all. the. time. It's an opportunity waiting for someone to figure it out.
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Jordan HuffFounder, CEO of NowWeGo
@chrismessina @robert_unyx I agree. I am actually working on a location based app myself because there hasn't been an app yet to really crack the code for a truly experience only social platform. My platform will allow users to create, discover, and connect real time user generated experiences within a 3 to 100 mile radius of their location. Check out our website https://www.nowwego.co , I would love to hear your feedback!
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Pretty wild to see the same features as Swarm 6+ years later: see where your friends are, make/suggest plans to meet up, location discovery (OK that's closer to Foursquare 11 but now we're talking 8+ years ago. Bridging the gap to real world experiences is a legitimate thing to make an app for.
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