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Twenty brings friends together in real life by allowing users to see who’s around, see who’s down and hang out. We’re not another social network, we’re a network that makes you more social.<br><br>HANGOUTS<br>Create a “Hangout” to easily make plans and see who’s down to meet up!<br>Hangouts can be open or private, allowing you to invite as many friends or groups as you want.<br><br>STATUS<br>Tap “WYD?” to set your status with an emoji or sticker to let friends know what you’re doing!<br>See when friends want to grab food, go to the beach, play sports and more.<br><br>THINGS TO DO <br>Discover cool local events and activities to do with your friends!<br>Currently in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, Boston, Las Vegas, San Francisco and Philadelphia. New markets coming soon!<br><br>PRIVACY<br>Twenty is a private network. Only add friends you want to hang out with in real life.<br>You’re always in full control! Decide which friends you share with and when you want to share with them.<br>Choose “Neighborhood Mode” to only share your general location with specific friends.<br><br>BATTERY & DATA USAGE<br>Twenty was designed not to drain your battery or run up your data bill under regular usage conditions.<br><br>AS SEEN ON: <br>TECHCRUNCH: “Twenty and Mappen merge to help users hang out in real life”<br><br>POPSUGAR: “It isn't just another social media platform, it's a way for you and your friends to get together and be more social.”<br><br>TEEN VOGUE: “Twenty is on a mission to remind us what it’s like to unplug, spending time with friends in real life and driving more human connection is the goal.”<br><br>ELITE DAILY: “This New Twenty App For Meeting Up With Friends Will Help Keep The Dreaded FOMO At Bay”<br><br>CNBC: “Twenty deals with social isolation by doing something counterintuitive - using technology to help you disconnect from technology and connect with your friends in real life.” - Arianna Huffington<br><br>*We're always working hard to improve the Twenty experience. Please send us feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org<br>*Twenty is only available for people ages 13 and older.
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Amazing app. Great for friends to get together and makes many things much easier for families. Everything so far about the app is great! The one thing is the text that the app sends out. There is a feature on the app where you can swipe left or right to determine who you want to be friends with. But what the app doesn’t tell you is, it sends out a text to everyone that doesn’t have the app, on the names that you swiped right for. Also, the text says that you “tagged the person and are sharing there current location.” That is fake. It doesn’t show people’s location without permission at all. Following that is people responding asking all these questions, which is usually fine and ok. But the only bad part is that the text that the app sent, doesn’t show up in your conversation. So, your getting all these texts and not knowing why. That’s the only problem that I’ve spotted so far in the app besides the texts and what the text says.
Mappen is an app that has the potential to undo the negative social effects that have derived from previous social media. It encourages and facilitates the process of meeting up with your friends IN REAL LIFE. From its locational map homepage to its event planning tool, Mappen makes hanging out and checking up on friends a breeze. The app organizes friends and events in a way that is easy to manage (but, like anything, could still use a few tweaks), creating a social platform that users can smoothly operate. Furthermore, “friends” on the Mappen app are ACTUALLY the traditional definition of friends as it promotes interpersonal relationships between connected users. I especially loved the function that lets your friends know “I’m Okay.” Like I said before, Mappen can be the social networking app that brings people back together and ultimately betters the social aspects of today’s modern world.
This app notifies people whom you’re “Adding” from your contacts and the app makes it seem like they already have the app... NOPE. You are EXPLICITLY INVITING these people to JOIN the app. An app that you haven’t even used yet because this is in the setup process of the app. The app then sends these people a text message saying that YOU (it uses your name!) invited them to join. I just clicked “Add” to every name it suggested to just fly through the process, so I sent an invite to A LOT of people- including people I barely talk to (ex-girlfriends, people from class, family members, friends’ parents, coworkers, MY BOSS, etc. I was so embarrassed. If this app says anywhere that you will explicitly be inviting these people, they definitely don’t do a good job of making it well-known. Hell, they should at least change “Add” to “INVITE”. It is very deceiving. They are definitely trying very hard to basically spam people to get as many people to download the app as possible using your name as their source of credibility totally at your expense. So unethical. DO NOT DOWNLOAD.
I’ve been using Mappen since the app came out in 2017. I used it a couple times while living in DC, but it was still buggy at that time. Since then, I’ve watched how the developers have adjusted the app and made it more useful. Mappen does a great job letting you know that you don’t have to spend your Friday alone on the couch watching the Office on Netflix for the 63rd time. It gives one notification on Friday night that tells you to get out of the house. After opening the app, you can decide to go out and invite your friends without that “what are you up to?” text (I know you’ve sent those texts, don’t lie to me 😜). It makes getting out and being social that makes easier, because you have had plenty of Friday nights watching Netflix. All in all, huge improvements in the past few months!
If I could give it zero stars I would. I have never in my life left a review before but I felt this app deserved it. And I hope that users of the app read this before downloading the app. This app is absolutely useless. When I tried to delete my account with no option of recovery I got countless emails and text messages explaining how to deactivate my account saying “this will actually delete your account” well I tried it and it doesn’t “actually delete your account”. An app should always allow its users to delete their account with no option of recovery. And it should ALWAYS let the users know if they cannot delete their account BEFORE they make an account. ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS. This should be illegal. Everyone has a right to privacy and to decide what to do and what not to do with their personal information. Not allowing me to delete my account is violating this. I wish I would’ve never downloaded this app. I’m still emailing and texting them but they have stopped responding. Mappen be honest and straight up with users. Sincerely, a VERY angry user.
Developed by Juxta Labs, Inc.
Twenty - Hang Out With Friends is ranking in Navigation & Lifestyle
Last update was at Feb 01, 2020and the current version is 3.1.12.
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Twenty - Hang Out With Friends have a 33 627a user reviews.
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