Way fm speed dating
All you have to do is listen to your favourite stuff.It's a no brainer that sharing music is a great introductory method to build a relationship.
The beauty of the app is that it seamlessly integrates with Spotify, scanning your most frequently played music showing you people nearby who have similar music tastes.Writing a 'summary' of your multi-layered personality or current state of mind in a certain way to 'sell yourself' can be time-consuming and nerve-wracking.The last time I attempted to sign up to a dating site I was faced with answering questions that I didn't even know the answers to myself.Instead you're just sharing pieces of content that reflect who you are.It always shocks me how long it could take to fill out a profile on traditional dating sites.Alex Parish, co-founder of believes that "traditional dating sites force you to complete reams of forms and personality questionnaires, wasting your time when all you want to do is starting meeting new people.
The Spotify app is a game changer - you're instantly shown people you have things in common with and can share music with them in real-time, without ever having to leave Spotify." By the sounds of it, the app does the hard work finding your matches so you don't have to.
Last year, Mark Zuckerberg added another buzzword to our vocabulary by introducing "frictionless sharing" at F8.
This is the concept of being able to share across platforms without any additional effort required.
We're expressing ourselves but in a way that's not overbearing.
When it comes to dating, this to me seems like the perfect platform to get to know someone before a date, you've given a little taster of who you are through things you like, avoiding the awkward small talk.
This reminds me of how an integration such as this one allows users to socialize and share without any additional effort made from outside their normal online activity.