Find - Social AR

Find - Social AR


Find is my answer to the problems with online dating websites -- people would represent themselves deceitfully hidden behind online anonymity. But now people can actively go out, find others with certain criteria who are also using the app, and be met with an honest first impression.


Making use of augmented reality, Find directs you to labels of individuals with only qualities they choose to reveal, respecting privacy issues. It was also created with a give-and-take principle where, to see a person's particular quality, not only must they reveal it but you must be willing to reveal that same quality yourself. Allowing visual enhancement and location awareness, social networking is taken to new dimensions.

Using Find, you will notice it requires no registration, further respecting privacy. Approving the permissions simply allows each phone or tablet to exist uniquely. Whenever you open the app, you should see Find's splash location with a few labels of imaginary sample people around you, as well as examples of ads that may be placed at any location of a store or restaurant and may be followed by pressing on them. This appears for at least ten seconds then however long it takes for your particular device to acquire GPS signal. If things seem upside-down, try swiping your finger up the screen.

Use the menu button to open the Me tab and describe yourself with what you wish to reveal. Open the Others tab to describe who you're looking for. The Find menu title will change color to that of your ideal search's label and directional arrow. Press the Back button to close the menu. When you close the app with the Back or Home button, it continues to track where you are so you will still appear to others. Press the button in the menu to stop tracking when closing the app.

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About Find - Social AR
Find is my answer to the problems with online dating websites -- people would represent themselves deceitfully hidden behind online anonymity. But now people can actively go out, find others with certain criteria who are also using the app, and be met with an honest first impression.


Making use of augmented reality, Find directs you to labels of individuals with only qualities they choose to reveal, respecting privacy issues. It was also created with a give-and-take principle where, to see a person's particular quality, not only must they reveal it but you must be willing to reveal that same quality yourself. Allowing visual enhancement and location awareness, social networking is taken to new dimensions.

Using Find, you will notice it requires no registration, further respecting privacy. Approving the permissions simply allows each phone or tablet to exist uniquely. Whenever you open the app, you should see Find's splash location with a few labels of imaginary sample people around you, as well as examples of ads that may be placed at any location of a store or restaurant and may be followed by pressing on them. This appears for at least ten seconds then however long it takes for your particular device to acquire GPS signal. If things seem upside-down, try swiping your finger up the screen.

Use the menu button to open the Me tab and describe yourself with what you wish to reveal. Open the Others tab to describe who you're looking for. The Find menu title will change color to that of your ideal search's label and directional arrow. Press the Back button to close the menu. When you close the app with the Back or Home button, it continues to track where you are so you will still appear to others. Press the button in the menu to stop tracking when closing the app.

Contact me if wishing to advertise.

Recent changes:
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A Google User
Oct 5, 2012
Confusing Not certain of exactly how the indicators function...
A Google User
Oct 5, 2012
Confusing Not certain of exactly how the indicators function...