Our social lives are increasingly being dominated by technology. As much as social networking has facilitated connections it has driven us apart and is eroding what it means to be human. We are glued to screens, liking things, checking in to places and putting everything through a stupid filter to make it look cool. I am here to bring back real social interaction. To give the world a way to meet new people, try new things and live life. I am here with Lifespringer, a platform that gives people a way to kick-start social activities with others who share the same interests they do. Whether you are a solo traveller, new to the city or looking to meet new people, now there is a platform. Anyone can start or join an activity, and they only go ahead if enough people join.
Anyone can host an activity, set a date, price, location, minimum and maximum numbers of attendees and anyone can join. It only goes ahead if enough people join and you can see what common interests you share with other attendees.
It could be anything from organising a game of football, finding other musicians to jam with, finding other developers to attend a conference with, or meeting fellow foodies to check out the latest restaurant opening.