Online dating apps are traditional created with the basis of creating a connection with two users and letting things blossom organically which oftentimes doesn't lead to many dates, so the 'Wonder' dating app is here to change this.
The app works by letting users match and start chatting to see if there's a connection before providing them with the ability to choose an activity that suits both their preferences. Users can then select a time and date that works to send over to their potential partner for them to accept; this works to increase the likelihood that users will actually meet in person to see if their chemistry translates to the real world.
The 'Wonder' dating app also features integration with Uber and Amazon to let users catch a ride to the date or even order items prior to get ready.
The 'Wonder' Dating App Aims to Actually Get Users to Go Out on Dates
1. Activity-focused Dating - There is potential for businesses to create dating apps that focus on activities to be done together, rather than simply matching based on interests or location.
2. Integrated Services - Online dating companies can explore new partnerships with ride-sharing services like Uber or e-commerce platforms like Amazon for a seamless dating experience.
3. Increased Privacy - A new trend that might emerge will be a need for platforms that prioritize users' privacy with features like selective profile viewing or advanced security filters.
1. Online Dating - Online dating platforms can differentiate themselves from competitors by designing apps that prioritize activities, integrate other services or prioritize user privacy.
2. Transportation - Ride-sharing companies can expand their business models by partnering with dating platforms for transportation services.
3. E-commerce - E-commerce platforms can integrate with dating apps for users to be able to select and buy appropriate products, accessories and experiences to create an ideal date environment.