A startup relationship app that helps couples mutually decide what to do on a date is the hottest new thing!
The app, called Cobble, aims to help couples answer the dreadful question: 'What should we do tonight?'
It’s the brainchild of 25-year-old Jordan Scott, a successful businesswoman and startup guru most famous for creating idk tonight, a website and newsletter that helped New Yorkers curate their date plans in the city of infinite food and entertainment options.
She has taken that successful business model and applied it to her "decision-making app" designed to help couples experiment by suggesting fun date ideas and activities while also recommending bars, restaurants and other venues to visit.
It draws on the traditional dating app system, when both people swipe right on a location a match is made and they can schedule a date in the near future. Users can browse, suggest, refer, or ignore the dating ideas on the app as well as access the applicable information about the places including a short introduction about the place, website, contact details, location and even the price range. You can even use Cobble to plan a double-date and share your ideas with other couples and the app welcomes all gender, and all kinds of relationships as well. The options are endless here, even in the midst of a pandemic.
Founder Jordan Scott was interviewed by Forbes late last year to talk about the history of the app. She explained that over the past decade numerous dating apps were launched, but there was no product for the young couples looking for things to do.
“All of the apps that come out today are all about taking your time and attention and energy. The goal for us—not only because we want to be a successful business, but because we think it’s good for the world—is to give people their time back,” Jordan told Forbes. “Get to a decision as quickly as possible, and then you’re out into the world.”
Cobble is available all over the world in the Apple Store.