Time for TC to Try a New Dating App Ranking Music Compatibility
It's time to face the music.
She's a little bit country and he's a little bit rock 'n roll.
Sure, it worked for Donny and Marie Osmond, sorta, kinda, but they're family, okay, creepy, but seriously, can you have a long term relationship with someone if your musical tastes aren't that compatible?
Well, it's time to find out.
Of course there's an app for that.
There's a woman who noticed a gap in the dating app world where music playlists were never really prominently featured as a distinctive and significant factor when trying to hook two people up.
Vinylly's creator explains it this way, "It takes your streaming data and combines it with a few questions that sort of round out what you like to listen to," Rachel Van Nortwick, owner and founder of Vinylly said.
A first of its kind scene for single music lovers.
Of course Tri-Cities is part of the online-dating community, a multi-billion dollar industry where roughly a third of adult singles in the United States are using dating apps, and as you might imagine during a pandemic, the popularity has only soared higher.
Ultimately, like other dating apps, the user is in control of who they hit play on [like], hit shuffle on [temporary pass] or skip [say no to]. It's a free app to download and 99 cents to begin a conversation between two people that both hit play.