Looking For Love? Whatifi's The Answer!

Irish lads, Ken Fitzgerald and Conan Moriarty have recently created an app that may in fact be cupid’s slightly more tech savvy successor .

Have you ever bumped into someone on a night out but missed the opportunity to exchange numbers? Or maybe you’ve exchanged digits but saved your new found love’s number minus the name. There’s no longer a need to worry, Whatifi is the latest clever app that may be capable of solving all of these slightly embarrassing problems.

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The guys describe Whatifi as less of a dating app and more of a social reconnection tool. Once logged in and set up, after a night out, the app allows you to check online to see if any other app users were at the same pubs, clubs and venues that you visited over the course of your night out. The clever app provides you with a timeline detailing where you were and who you may have bumped into. Whatifi, gives users full control over their privacy settings so their information is only shared if they want it to be.

Perhaps Whatifi is the way forward! Two more weeks to find your soulmate for Valentine’s day!

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