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QuestChat’s New Dating App Revolutionizes Chat on the Go

TORONTO April 24, 2012 North America

The QuestChat App allows busy singles to make fun, fast connections anytime, anywhere.   An interactive voice and social networking tool that connects singles locally and nationally (via GPS) for chat, friendship, conversation, dating, and relationships, the QuestChat App brings essential voice features to the dating app environment.  Users hear voice profiles, send instant voice messages and can connect in private conversations with other singles from next door or across the country.


Rob Fisher

"Our phone dating systems offer robust features that are great when you’re calling from home, but when you’re on the go, you want something simple.  On the App, you just swipe to move through the voice profiles and tap the icons to send messages or talk live with someone. There’s no typing, no keypad choices to remember, just an easy, smooth experience.  You really can be talking to someone new in seconds. "

QuestChat is a location-based service allowing its users the thrill of talking to someone new in a safe and secure environment.  GPS locations are used only to place individuals in "local" groupings; users’ specific locations and phone numbers are never revealed. The QuestChat App will be available first from the iTunes app store with the Android version (via Google Play) made available shortly thereafter.

Additional features offered by the QuestChat App include:

  • Profile consisting of user nickname, photo, age and interest category
  • Listen to local or national voice profiles
  • GPS location used to place user in "local" listing – specific location remains hidden
  • Send private voice messages to other users
  • Connect in private, one-on-one phone conversations
  • Block unwanted users
  • Easy set-up of account, profile, preferences and push notifications

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