Google surprisingly launched an app named Who’s down for Android and iOS. This new fraternizing app helps the users to find who is free to hangout when you are or whether hanging out somewhere else without ever having to type a word.
And it is to be noted that the app is currently available only via invite system, and specially meant for teenagers.The app requires an invite before it is downloaded from the app store. Users can sign up for an invite via the Who’s Down website, where it asks for your email information and school name, indicating that it is meant for teenagers.
It seems catchy to meet up with friends. You just have to toggle a slider to the right in order to notify your friends that you are free to hangout. Moving the slider makes you available for three-hours and after you will disappear from your friends’ lists of available people, which is a default setting.
It afford you to choose from a list of activities (automatic predictions), notifying in which activity you are interested. Once your friends indicate that they are interested in doing the activity by moving the slider from their app and hang out with you, the app automatically gives you a notification which helps you to head over to the chat to coordinate with your friends.
You can also initiate group chats with your friends within the app to make plans or other activities. The app even offers some pre-set list of activities to do such as go for a coffee, grab tacos and so on. The main theme of introducing Who’s Down app is to snip down the number of messages being passed around and to make use of simple automatic predictions.