Genius or cryptic? An alarm clock application will ask strangers you do not know to wake you up in the morning.
Alarm clock ... maybe the most hated app on your phone. What if we tell you that you have the option to turn this hated app into an interesting dating option that will make you put your potential date directly into bed?
How It Works? Easy: After activating the app, set your phone number and wake-up time, and go to sleep. The next morning you will receive a surprise phone call from one of the other users in the app, who have defined themselves as available for wake-up call. A real, unrecorded conversation, of a flesh-and-blood man.
And who will it be? So instead of just grilling a random person, the system matches potential risers who are in an area close to you (did anyone say "Tinder"?), In your age range and vice versa. It's pretty simple to understand what purpose WAKIE has set for themselves - they want you to meet the next love of your life through the app, and invite them to the wedding! After all, between us, what could be better than a first date in bed?
so no. At no point does either party see the other party's phone number. The call is completely anonymous, lasting 60 seconds - long enough to make sure the other party really woke up. Then the call is automatically disconnected, when 10 seconds before that a warning sound is heard - then the parties have ten full seconds to say goodbye - or, for those who have had 50 seconds to fall in love, scream to the other party the phone number and hope he can register it during difficult awakening attempts .
By the way, if unfortunately you chose to wake up at a time when no potential date (sorry, duration) is available - the app will still make sure to wake you up in the usual way, with a hated ring of your choice…