Dinners with friends are among the great pleasures in life, but deciding on where to go for dinner can be among the great pains, so the KtchUp app helps to save the good while getting rid of the bad. The app uses democracy to help groups of friends decide on where to get dinner, applying the rigors of the Ancient Greek system to the trials of modern day Millennials.
The simple interface uses cards for each restaurant, and users swipe those cards left and right to place their votes on restaurant in much the same way as popular dating apps like Tinder. Once enough friends in the group have agreed on a place, they can tap through to gain more information about the location and the menu.
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