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All undergraduates already have profiles on the app, consisting of their University prox headshot and a blank bio.
To update one’s profile, a student must download the app from the i OS store.
“Filtering by res college is really funny,” said Sam Einspahr ’20.
“The res college really isn’t a good marker of personality, which is what I feel most dating apps filter for.
Boroughs also has possible plans in the next few weeks for a swiping feature similar to Tinder for people who do not have specific interests and would prefer to just scroll through other profiles.
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“The only way for it to be successful is to know if someone’s interested in you or not,” said Boroughs.
I will admit it’s a unique idea.” Boroughs remarked that while he did not believe the filters would be used extensively, he did want the option there for those who may want to find someone with similar classes or a similar major.
Because Prospect automatically includes all undergraduates’ names, majors, residential colleges, and prox headshots, some students are hesitant about the new app.
“Prospect: Find Your Tiger” creator Paddy Boroughs ’18 displays his product in Small World Coffee Similar to dating apps like Tinder, “Prospect: Find Your Tiger” allows users to privately message one another after establishing mutual interest.
“You can search and find any undergraduate student, and add them to your interests without them knowing,” reads the app’s description.