DAILY TROJAN - Apr 7 - Inspired by a previous on-demand restaurant service app he designed, Leor Massachi, one of the co-founders of Dandy, wanted to find a way for dating app users to connect in real life faster than they would on traditional dating apps. Right now, the app is targeting college students. Users can only access Dandy when they are notified that the app is going live. Each user is then randomly paired with another student who attends the same university. When the individual's photo pops up on their screen, the user gets five seconds to like the person. If they both like each other, they go onto a three-minute chat. If they connect after that, they can choose to exchange numbers and go straight to iMessage to meet up in the real world.
by Natalie Oganesyan
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