The epidemic of COVID-19 has changed the way people go through their everyday lives, including dating, and the newly launched dating app Quarantine Together helps to build interactions between people in isolation.
The self-isolation text-based app was designed by Daniel Ahmadizadeh and Christopher Smeder to make it possible for people to communicate with each other at a safe distance.
The app sends reminders to users at 6 p.m. asking if they have washed their hands and when they answer "yes," they will be connected to another user through text.
While people are being urged to practise social distancing and the Quarantine Together app "is specific to how people are living in this time.", according to one of the creators. (via)