Most of the time we meet one another at random or we find groups on Facebook or Reddit, but he described them as resembling forums.It is mostly group discussions versus individual conversation.They use your music library and Facebook profile to extract your musical bio and create matches (primarily for lovers of alternative bands).However, both do not seem to be widely known as of yet and Mix’d is more catered to the electronic music scene in its current stage with hopes to expand to other genres.The app has only been live for a few weeks, but it is already catching a lot of attention from single ravers in the Northeast.However, at this stage of the launch, the app is only available for i Phones.
We are within a culture that likes to enjoy the musical experience, but the majority of us do not intentionally go out to shows or festivals to find our next boo-bear… This is a Tinder-style dating app that matches users based on shared musical interests.
I attempted to prompt, Noah on discussing the future of the app, but he chose to keep certain futures of the app to himself at this time.
However, there is forethought in extending Mix’d to be available in the Android App market hopefully in the near future.
Some people prefer to meet someone and fall in love as told in many love stories. Some people are shy and online dating would be the best option for them.
Online dating is shunned because one may appear desperate and it can turn to be a tragedy. See also: 9 Ways Technology Changed Our Lives You simply register and you can find a potential partner.