Now, before I go into this whole thing, I want you all to know that this is a common sense app, and you’re going to wonder just how in the hell it never existed before, because the idea is so simple.
She and I are both single, and we want to be able to use not just our personal resources, but the world-wide web to find possible solutions for single women.
As we all know, Phaedra is single after being married to Apollo Nida for five years, which ended in a divorce in 2014, and Nida ended up landing an 8-year prison sentence.
The app, which still doesn’t have a name, is being referred to as the “anti-tinder,” by Phaedra, and she says she plans on releasing it in 2017:
We want ours to be centered on people who really want to be in committed relationships. It’s not even going to be available for people who are under 25, because we feel like if you’re under 25, you’re probably not really focused on committed, serious relationship. We want people that are interested in lifelong commitments, not just hookups.
Now, you’re probably wondering how this is going to be different than the “Meet Me,” features or “Matches,” features on other dating apps.
Phaedra says that it’s going to be different, because they’re going to implement social gatherings:
We want to do social events where people get to meet up and have that interaction with the people who they’ve met, but not in a one-on-one scenario, but in a group scenario.
Phaedra also went on to say that she understands the struggles of dating:
I come into contact with so many women who want to be married, and men, who want to be married and have children, but if you are a professional and have a strong work ethic, you don’t have a lot of time to meander through the city looking for the one. I think our dating app is going to help you sift through the weeds to find a flower.
So, there you have it, Bravoholics. You’ll have to wait until 2017, but it doesn’t sound like this is going to be a bad app, whatsoever.