The dating app sector is always a topic of fascination among youth mostly. This is not only because it includes ‘Dating’, but actually this sector always seems to come up with new innovations & ideas.
And now Americans taking the Indian traditional matchmaking process and turning it into a simple business model. Yes! you heard it right, a dating app called Struck has been launched in some parts of the US. And here’s the catch, this app has a star-alignment as its main feature.
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Hello to our new followers! Struck was created to connect open-minded people in a way that has been lost in today’s swiping—err, online dating—landscape. We’ve put a ton of thought into making this an intentional and safe meeting place, and importantly one that feels comfortable for women, POCs, and members of the LGBTQ+ community. But don’t take our word for it, check out our great reviews 😂. As always, skeptics welcome! We’re currently available in LA and most of the Bay Area right now, and we’re expanding very soon! Also don’t forget today is the last day to enter our hat giveaway! Check our previous post for details. #astrology #astromemes #astrologydatingapp #astrologyposts
This app asks for your location, date, and time of your birth and makes a chart (Precisely kundali in India). Then the app will find potential matches. The aim is to get a person to meet someone suitable for them, according to the placement of the planets and stars.
giving Struck a try—a dating app that asks for your birth time immediately!!! pic.twitter.com/Bfi1ertomQ
— Erika W. Smith (@erikawynn) July 31, 2020
Struck’s Idea of A Dating App
The basic idea of Struck is, instead of going for ‘sapiosexual’, ‘wanderlust’, ‘420 friendly’, it focuses on the real deal. The dating app also allows you to choose 6 ‘traits’ that you are given with your birth chart. Interestingly, that includes both, the good ones and bad ones like friendly, impulsive, moody, etc.
— thatchinesejew (@thatchinesejew) August 18, 2020
Struck launched last month in Los Angeles and the Bay Area after a long battle to get in Apple’s App Store. Now it also expanded to New York in early August.
Along with usual astrology stuff, the amazing part of Struck’s approach to compatibility is the North Node. Yes! this app uses a mathematical point in your birth chart determined by the position of the Sun, Moon, and Earth when you were born which represents how you grow over time.
Struck gives you only four matches to choose from each day (can be fewer depending on availability). Also, you can only message one or two new people per day. However, you can keep chatting with your earlier matches as much as you want. So now let’s ask your date of birth to find a perfect match for you.