In the last year, Tinder packaged the experience of making eyes at someone across a bar and put it right on your phone.
Willow, a new app launching to the App Store, asks users to make a connection based around who you are, not how you look.
Instead of showing a feed full of selfies, Willow’s feed is full of questions.
More than 100,000 people downloaded Willow during the beta, and the company is focused on user growth wholeheartedly before making any decisions about monetization.
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