It looks like new social media networks are appearing almost daily in today's digital world, so it can be hard to keep up with the latest!
One of the most talked about newbies of recent months has been Decidz, an Edinburgh based app that's been backed by all three original founders of SkyScanner.
Read on to find out more about whether this app could be for you.
What is Decidz?
Decidz is described as an 'intelligent social conversation app'. Essentially, it is designed to make it simpler to arrange plans with your friends and family – without the stress of decision making!
Have you ever made plans, only to find yourself unable to decide where to go? Decidz will help you decide which restaurant to eat at or when you're all free to see your favourite movie. It'll also recommend cool new things that are happening in your area, which will give you plenty of inspiration if you're running out of activities.
Plus, it doesn't matter if you and your friends all have different phones or devices! Decidz is a cross-platform app, so everyone in your group can get involved.
But one of the things that makes Decidz stand out is that it's backed and co-founded by the original founders of SkyScanner – a global search engine for travel.
Why is SkyScanner's backing important?
When an app is backed by such a high profile company (or individual), it's even more likely to achieve success thanks to the unofficial yet implied 'seal of approval'.
The backers have openly spoken about their decision, calling Decidz a 'product better than just another tool' and a 'go-to app with the ability to transform how people organise their social activity'.
To sum up, the backing can only mean good things for Decidz.
So, what's in store for Decidz?
Decidz has already found success, in fact – it has been featured on the App Store under the 'Best New Apps' category!
Soon, the developers will update it to include new intelligent chat, dynamic suggestions based on your interests and lifestyle, enhanced social media features, additional languages and more – showing that the app truly is on the rise and making it all the more appealing to a wide audience.
Whether you're in need of an app like Decidz or not, there's no denying it's more than just a novel idea. The concept could prove to be extremely useful for day to day living, so kudos to the developers for spotting a gap in the market!