Dating Apps have taken over the dating game to the point where most of us don’t even know how to converse with a person without half an inch of screen between us
Apps like Tinder have removed the inconvenience of scouring the land for a mate, but have some cons, one of which irks people the most: waiting.
With all the technology we have at our fingertips, we have become accustomed to instant gratification when it comes to receiving data or looking up facts. However, with online dating, there seems to be an unlimited amount of time spent responding to an individual.
You swipe right on some guy, and then what? You wait for him to message you something like, “hey”. What am I supposed to do with that? There is no immediacy to my response because you had all the time in the world to message me, and the best you could do was “hey”??
Even with apps like Bumble there are still flaws. For one, I don’t know about you but sometimes I can’t get myself to message that person even within 24 hours. I may not see the match right away, or I may feel intimidated, despite the fact we just matched and he obviously likes something about me?
Dating Apps have created this unnecessary amount of waiting and wondering that the real dating world doesn’t seem to deal with. Waiting for a guy to text you falls under that domain, but the initial meet & greet is organic and natural. You’re not waiting hours for a human to respond “hey” back.
I love the convenience of dating apps because I can sit in my sweats and show off the best version of myself at the same time. But, I want that instant gratification that meeting people in person seems to bring.
That’s why I use Spree which is basically a dating app that takes the best of these two different worlds and combines them into one real-time dating app.
With Spree, single people are matched and talk in the moment. Spree allows you to cut the bullshit wait time and really get to know a person for their personality rather than their profile. The plus side is, you still don’t have to leave your house to find that special someone to sit next to you binge watching Friends with. Now that’s love.
Arizona State University. You can say that this college tends to be in the news a lot. Well, this news that just came out is pretty crazy. We’re not even going to explain any further as we will let the video below explain. Guys, don’t send pics to girls, or this will happen!
Everyone loves raves, I mean – there’s something enchanting about loud beats, drugs and girls wearing high socks and underwear. Some of us, however, love raves more than the average festival goer. Meet Jax – he is the MVP of EDM and dedicates his lifestyle to traveling the world and attending different raves. On one of his travels to Belgium, he had a bad trip at Tomorrowland and for 9 hours he was stuck in a video game of his own fantasy land. He endlessly ran through different festivals as he jumped over obstacles and had to beat the clock to stay hydrated. When Jax finally woke up he was confused as fuck – was he real or still a video game character? He told his friends about his trip and they thought it was hilarious and wanted to recreate the game in real life. So, he developed Rave Run. It’s an infinite runner that takes you through mainstream festivals like Coachella, Ultra and EDC. He even created a bonus level that’s a spin-off of his wild trip. Travel through the stage sets, but watch out for the smoke jets, stereo speakers, and mushrooms that pop up in your way. Send your highest score to [email protected] and we’ll give one lucky ass winner 2018 VIP tickets to EDC to party with Jax.
Nervous about making new friends after moving back to college this fall? What if there was a way to start meeting fellow students right now before the semester starts? Spotselfie is the app that allows you to do just that!
Simply create an account, select your college, and use your device to scan the area around you. By harnessing the power of Augmented Reality, users are instantly surrounded by selfies posted by others from your college, like stars in the night sky. Tap on a selfie to connect, make new friends, and build relationships all before you set foot on campus in the fall. There is no limit to the number of selfies you can post. Be creative. The more… the better!
You can also tell people more about yourself by answering a set of 16 fun questions, ranging from your personality to activities to emotional baggage (if you have any, which you don’t, wink-wink). Create your own unique color code to share and compare with friends. You can even search people based on a percentage match to your color code.
With more and more people meeting online these days, this app seems like a no brainer. Why wait to get on campus to meet people when you have all summer to do it? Bring your campus to you this summer with the Spotselfie app. Spotselfie is available at both the App Store and Google Play. So many new people are waiting to meet you. What are you waiting for? Pull out your cell phone and download SpotSelfie!