Amanda Lorente and Alba Salas knew they were visionaries who created Freakit, an app very similar to Tinder.but with the difference that this tool connects ‘otaku’ people (ie those who love Japanese culture, mostly manga and anime).
More than 30,000 people signed up, but this is only available in Spain and for phones Android.
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Initially, users must complete a four-question personality test, after which the tool assigns a character with descriptive text. They also ask them to choose three interests and then choose six hobbies.
According to the responses, users with similar likes or options will start appearing in your app, so it’s similar to Tinder.
Although only available in Spain, its scope is expected to expand thanks to its success.
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