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Calling all Melbourne singles! Prepare to return ‘Out There’ post-COVID and rediscover all the joy and excitement that comes with connecting with people in the real world.
A disruptive new dating app launched in Melbourne earlier this month aims to resurrect all the charm and excitement of dating culture before the era of mobile apps.
And yes, you heard it right. Get ready to meet the app designed to end all dating app fatigue. The “Out There” app is now available to all Melbourne residents on the App Store. You can also download the app for Android from the Google Play Store from April 1.
Developed in partnership with Melbourne app development specialists at app development agency DreamWalk and dating and relationship coach Jess Matthews of The Boy Detox, the Out There app is designed to ensure that you can actually come face to face with all the matches you share. a high compatibility index with, which means more high-quality chatting and less of the superficial swiping that accounts for 90% of most modern dating apps.
Here’s what Melbourne singles can expect when they return to ‘Out There’!
End the endless sweep
Whether you’re a serial monogamist or have plenty of experience in the modern dating scene, chances are there are some characteristics of today’s dating culture that you could live without. .
For example, there’s a general consensus that excessive swiping based on split-second judgments does far more harm than good, as it severely limits the number of connections you can make on mobile apps. met.
That being said, with the large number of matches that can be generated on traditional dating apps and with very little assurance as to the quality of those matches, modern singles have really had no choice but to embrace the “endless sweep” model as a way to cut through all the clutter and noise in order to give each other a chance to form real connections.
On top of all that, traditional dating apps come with the added hurdle of fake or spam accounts, designed to waste even more of the countless hours you can spend on your dating apps.
Thankfully, Out There founders Alexandra Cuthbert and DreamWalk’s Joe Russell, along with the app’s wider development team, have thought of all those common plagues that other dating apps have faced throughout the preliminary design and development of Out There, just to make sure Out There is ready to revolutionize the building of dating apps as we know them.
When you first open the Out There app, you’ll be quickly greeted by a minimal profile setup page before the app takes you straight into its personality and compatibility quizzes, expertly designed by the dating coach Jess Matthews.
Not only will these quizzes open you up to high-quality matches right off the bat, but they’ll also keep the likelihood of the app getting spam accounts to an absolute minimum, meaning you’ll be guaranteed to open up. . up to real people and real single people.
Meet real people in the real world
Out There co-founders Alexandra Cuthbert and Joe Russell of DreamWalk hope the app will encourage Melbournens to re-immerse themselves in the city’s post-COVID nightlife and experience the thrill of making real connections with like-minded people in the real world and firmly away from their phone screens.
But how does the Out There app prioritize real connections over faceless text messaging?
Thanks to the app’s in-depth compatibility algorithms which take into account a number of key qualities such as your gender and sexual orientation, hobbies and interests, religious and political affiliations (to ensure long-term compatibility) and a selecting other personal preferences for partners that you consider key, the Out There app can actually recommend locations in your vicinity where you’ll be most likely to find other like-minded app users ideas.
Basically, Out There strives to provide you with the perfect environment where you can have face-to-face conversations with potential matches and focus on building real relationships with people you can meet and get to know. properly, rather than just managing one-sided masses. text conversations that rarely leave your phone screen.
Rediscover “the spark” on your next first date
With more opportunities to forge meaningful connections, it’s increasingly likely that modern singles can rediscover that elusive feeling of registering a “spark” during your first interactions with new people.
In their preliminary research while developing the model dating app that would eventually become the Out There app, the co-founders of Out There discovered that a majority of modern singles still prefer meeting people in real life rather than than on their cell phone screens.
This discovery helped shape some of Out There’s core tenets, one of which includes a consistency in their priority to inspire meaningful face-to-face interactions rather than just settling for half-hearted digital communication.
Simply put, if you’re looking to find romantic or even platonic partnerships with people who share the same values as you, you shouldn’t have to settle for maintaining relationships that are stuck “sparkless” and in two-dimensional limbo. that accompany the text. bubbles. And the Out There app will make sure you don’t have to.
Want to know more about the Out There app or are curious when the app will be launched in your city? Visit the Out There website today for more information or follow @outtheredating on Twitter and Instagram to stay up to date with all ‘Out There’ related news.