InCommon - Meet People And Make Friends | NewsWatch Review
Published on May 20, 2015
Dating sites and apps are all the rage these days. Sometimes you don’t want to deal with the stress of dating and you just want to find a friend to hangout with. Friendship is an invaluable thing and can be hard to find. It was Thomas Aquinas who said, “There is nothing on this earth more to be prized than true friendship.” Wise words that we can all benefit from. The good folks over at InCommon couldn’t agree more. InCommon is a new social media app that isn't a dating app. It finds people that you share common interests with and can connect to.
All you have to do is select your interests and the algorithm matches others who share them. You do not have to worry about sifting through lists of people you have nothing in common with. The app is all about filtering based on your preferences so you find people of a like mind. It doesn't match you up based off a short bio or a superficial photo. It’s all about your interests. Once it finds these new potential friends, you will receive a list of matches and how close they are to your location. Now you're free to start contacting them in real time. If you don't like the list of matches for some reason, just shake your phone and start searching by individual interests. The user interface is clear and simple, so you can easily start finding and meeting new friends. Just log in using your Facebook or Google details, select your interests from over 200 options then view the matches.
You can start meeting new and like-minded people pretty much immediately. You can get InCommon for free on iOS and Android devices by heading to your appstore today.
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