Matched pairs can then make use of the chat feature.” Boroughs, the app’s creator, began working on the project the last week of winter break and released it on the App Store about two weeks ago.
“I think that this app represents a breach of our privacy, given the fact that they’re using my information and face without my permission,“ said Noah Schochet ‘21.
It would be more accurate to say that approx 650 of each of these models were produced in ’60.
“Prospect: Find Your Tiger” creator Paddy Boroughs ’18 displays his product in Small World Coffee Similar to dating apps like Tinder, “Prospect: Find Your Tiger” allows users to privately message one another after establishing mutual interest.
“Usually dating apps are for people in places where meeting people isn’t readily available, but on a college campus that’s not really much of an issue.” As of Feb.
13, the app currently has 287 users, with 194 matches already made.