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The app reimagines the online dating experience, with a virtual bottle that players can spin to decide who they video-chat in the hopes of finding a date.
Players can spin a virtual bottle, and when it stops, they'll enter into a 30 second video date where they can chat up their potential match.
Mr Cohen added: 'Spin the Bottle has always been a game of chance, so we want users to feel that excitement as the bottle spins and they enter into these face-to-face video dates.'It's exciting and we think people are really going to love it!
'The app is now free to download worldwide on the app store, but is still in the testing phase for Android.
It was the iconic party game of the 90s where spinning a bottle would decide your romantic fate.
Matthew Cohen, CEO of Spin Labs, said: 'With so many "swipe left, swipe right" dating apps out there right now, we wanted a way to take people beyond the often misleading, perfectly manicured profile pictures and get them right to face time.'Looking into someone's eyes and having a conversation, even a 30 second one, can be much more revealing than reading a list of interests and seeing a gallery of heavily edited, perfectly filtered selfies.'Players can spin a virtual bottle, and when it stops, they'll enter into a 30 second video date where they can chat up their potential match.While trolls might see the app as the perfect opportunity to show unsolicited rude footage, the app uses a 'no face, no date' rule.If the two like each other, they can give their date a 'kiss' and see if they return the affection Using face detection technology, the app will blur video chats when no face is detected.The best-by date is front and center on bottles and cans, and the brewery’s website provides info on shelf life (90 days for most IPAs, 120 days for Smoked Porter) and a link to report lazy retailers’ expired beer.
If this feels excessive and obsessive, that’s the point. Not only do they deserve it, but man, you do a side-by-side test [of fresh and old beer], your taste buds don’t lie.”Stone’s commitment to freshness reached its apex with the Enjoy By IPA series, the expiration date — 37 days from packaging — printed on the bottle in big ol’ type.
Sixpoint uses a “best before” date, no mention of inception — an approach some take issue with, but that's surely better than nothing.