The app is free, and available for i OS and Android.They’re launching initially in New York City, but will expand as soon as they reach sign-up thresholds of 500 users in other areas.Enter the world of friend dating, an entirely platonic, swipe right, swipe left approach to finding your next BFF.
With that in mind, Wiith already has a few similar models to compete with.It works by matching you with people of the same gender in groups of three, called Tribes. Three is a party." A one-on-one meetup can be awkward, but with three, he says, "the expectation to contribute to the conversation is less, so you're more relaxed and you can be yourself." The best news is that there’s no swiping around through endless options, dismissing people for random reasons.You can then chat with your tribe and can see each other’s shared interests, traits, and goals. Your profile is private (you fill it in by answering a series of game-like questions), and you're matched into tribes using an algorithm that relies on more than 150 factors that encompass things like personality, lifestyle, and beliefs.If you’re looking for apps for making friends or even a Tinder for friends, then this article is for you.A few months ago, I shared with you 5 apps for meeting new people.