Tinder to Facebook jumped on the dating app bandwagon until in 2021 two sisters, Jessica and Louella Alderson, found a dating app called So Syncd, where those who download the app and register an account will take a Myers-Briggs personality test.
To explain, the users connected with matches based on the algorithm results of the users’ responses from the personality test.
“We match people with just the right amount of similarities to form a strong connection and the right amount of differences to create that spark. We have been studying personality type compatibility for three years now, and that’s what we’ve found works best,” Louella explains.
The idea for the dating app was born when Jessica broke up with a long-term partner and wanted to understand what went wrong. Jessica explained the idea to her sister Louella and the two women realized there was a better way to find love online and avoid the dreaded swiping fatigue. Her sister Louella remains skeptical but convinced through So Syncd’s algorithm resulting in Louella’s successful relationship, which turns out Louella found her perfect So Syncd personality match.
The dating app press release expressed in detail about Jessica came to the knowledge she dated 16 personality types resulting in love, heartbreak, and too much time wasted on bad dates with incompatible matches.
Over 100k+ registered users downloaded the app, and So Syncd connected 1,000 couples in addition to success stories from registered users present through the dating app website scroll down titled Our Love Stories right here:
“Matching people using personality types is such a powerful concept. So Syncd helped us find love, even in this difficult time. You've changed our lives. We’re now married!” Indy, ENFJ
"You've changed our lives. We've never met you guys, but it's very sincerely heartfelt. You've just made two people very happy." Ben, INFJ
“I have never had such a strong connection with anyone before I met him, I am truly thankful for this app. We have been talking nonstop since the day we matched, and truly we both could not be any happier.” Amy, ENFP
In conclusion, So Syncd co-founder Jessica Alderson expressed the goal to help people connect on a meaningful level and set change in the dating landscape with a dynamic, authentic, and unique approach.
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