The Corona virus, COVID-19 or whatever name you give the virus certainly has changed much of how people live and interact with one another, and no where is this more obvious than within dating circles.
A new app called the Lucky Me App is opening up new lines of communication across the world and resolving language barriers in the process. Its founder, Inbar Haham, was herself stuck at home and looking for activities during the pandemic. Thus, the app was born.
This new app promises to be on the forefront of the dating community within the online culture, and the founder is looking for any number of investors who wish to be a part.
Unlike most dating apps, The Lucky Me App does not have a language barrier. This means the potential for international use and huge profits from the app, sales and subscriptions has the real chance to reach the vaulted unicorn – apps that earn at least one billion dollars in sales.
All investors looking for the next huge opportunity to convert investments into real dollars need look no further. The app is raising one million dollars for a global advertising initiative.
The Lucky Me App will be ready for release in a relatively short time. The arrival of the COVID-19 vaccination is only fueling the opportunities that will open up for dating circles. There have only been a few apps that have earned investors solid returns, and The Lucky Me App is sure to do the same in record time.
Visit the website to learn about the app and investment options.
The Lucky Me App is available for iOS and Android. Go to www. luckyme-app .com for details.