K.-based media company Vertical Networks is set to produce its first show for multimedia mobile app Snapchat.The two companies have greenlit production for a 12-episode short-form dating show called “Phone Swap,” which will launch via Snapchat’s Discover platform later in the year. He dressed himself up as a woman, took photos and created a Tinder account for 36-year-old Simone.Luckily for Simone, her three-day experiment was simply that.
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They’re able to do this by swiping right on a profile picture and matching with other people just like on Tinder.
From there on they can send images and messages to each other through Snapchat, which is used by the app.
Vertical identified dating as a key area of interest that speaks to the millennial audience that are Snapchat’s primary users.
“Phone Swap” was developed by Vertical’s in-house development team.