Los Angeles, CA, November 7, 2019 — Textfeed, Inc., a mobile app startup, has created a crowd-sourced network of high-quality text messages for a variety of categories that people can copy/paste into their messaging platform of choice. Categories include “Just matched”, “Ask out”, “Revive the convo”, “Morning after”, and many more. Texts are ranked within categories in a Reddit-esque upvote/downvote format. “My friends and I would constantly ask each other for tips on how to initiate a conversation or respond to a message on Tinder & other dating apps. We created Typs with the goal of building a community of like-minded people that provide feedback & dating advice at a mass scale.” – Gil Demeter, CEO.
Everyone has found themselves in a situation where they simply don’t know how to reply to a text message, or initiate a texting conversation. Typically, people either go with the first thing that comes to mind, sit around for hours and send some over-the-top response, or ask their friends for advice. As a result, relationships take a toll. All it takes is one bad text message to cause a catastrophe. The New York Times, in their article titled “Bubbles Carry a lot of Weight”, talks about the stress & anxiety that texting and the time between text messages causes. Texting anxiety is causing as much harm as social media in 2019, yet it is talked about on a significantly smaller scale.
On the Typs app, people can submit text messages that are then voted on by the community. People can comment on texts & give advice and tips based on personal experience. Users have the ability to follow their favorite texters and build a community of like-minded people they can share ideas and texts with.
The team consists of four digital marketing experts & iOS app developers & is located in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles.
For more information, check out Typs’s website at TypsApp.com or download the iOS app here: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/typs-500-dating-app-openers/id1472098305
“Typs is on a mission to cure Texting Anxiety: An epidemic affecting 1 out of 5 people in the US.” October 19, 2019
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