Tiinkk is a mobile app that helps indecisive people by crowdsourcing their day-to-day decision making to their friends and family. It’s a novel approach to social media, since the major problem with most social media apps is having to see the opinions of your friends and family.
With a quick photo or two and a question, Tiinkk allows you to get instant feedback on whatever is troubling you. Additionally, you can open your question up to the entire Tiinkk community to get a wider sample for your poll. This feature is especially useful if most people you know have questionable decision making skills.
Tiinkk allows you to set a time limit for each question, so you can pose a big picture question and let responses come in over time, or you can limit it to more immediate responses. That way, you can ensure quick feedback on your daily quandaries like, “Does this make me look fat,” or “Should I get this checked by a doctor?”
While Tiinkk isn’t the only app of its kind, its maximum time limit for life’s bigger mysteries is a bit longer than similar apps. Tiinkk is already on iOS and has an Android version on the way. It’s a free app, which is presumably to make the decision to purchase easier on its indecisive target audience.
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