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Passionfruit Inc. announces a new social app that connects people without the aid of profile photos, creating proper foundations for lasting relationships.
February 28th, 2018 – Toronto Canada – Passionfruit Inc. announces the development of its first mobile app, Passionfruit, a social application for iPhone and Android that connects people through their passions. This app does not allow for a “profile picture”, instead encouraging members to engage in meaningful conversations through their “profile passion”.
Instead of a picture, members input a passion that truly defines them, such as an idea, a hobby, or a song. The Passionfruit app matches two people when one person searches the word or phrase that matches the other one’s “profile passion”. Once a match is identified, both members are alerted and a dialogue can begin. Users can adjust the search options, such as the distance to search for people locally, age range of people to find, and gender filtering, with more features to come.
On what inspired him to start this project, CEO Paul Deng felt compelled to create a solution to the feeling of loneliness reported by growing numbers of people.
Passionfruit is currently under development for iPhone, with an Android release planned soon thereafter. Passionfruit Inc. also intends to launch crowdfunding campaigns to raise funds for the development of the Passionfruit app. More details about this will be announced on the company website at http://18.104.22.168
More information on Passionfruit, screenshots, and links to social media can be found on the Passionfruit website. Visit http://22.214.171.124 for the latest updates.
About Passionfruit Inc.: Founded November 2017, Passionfruit Inc. is a developer of mobile applications with the objective of addressing pressing social issues through effective online communication.
About Paul Deng: CEO of Passionfruit Inc. Holds a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Toronto for researching Applied Mathematics, Probability, and Statistics in Water Resources Engineering. Former Crisis Responder at Distress Centres of Toronto where he recognized the ongoing need for better ways to connect people.