Sylly, a dating app created by and for university students in the USA, has just launched. The platform looks to close the gap between matches and real dates.
The app creates ‘swipe sessions’ to form connections. These are 15-20 minute slots held throughout the week where users swipe on one another. After it finishes, the platform suggests to users a time, place and person to go on a date with in an hour’s time.
This essentially ensures that every swiping session leads to a match.
Sylly has already recruited enough team members to launch at any campus in the USA in a 24 hour period, its founder Sathwick Reddy told The Daily Illini.
Only university emails will be accepted during registration, keeping its user base exclusive to students at the moment.