What they’re less good at, however, is connecting you with the people you actually want to connect with, when you want to connect with them.
That’s why we need services like Happin. This ingenious app from Chumify Technologies helps you to meet up with like-minded attendees at a host of different live events.
Like an infallible digital party helper, Happin has your back from the second it occurs to you that you might like to rock out all the way through to when the festival mud has been washed off your clothes, your tent is back in the loft, and your hangover is a distant memory.
Happin lets you find events all over the place, including Coachella, Lollapalooza, Pitchfork Music Festival, Burning Man, SXSW, and many more.
Then, once you’ve chosen a destination and confirmed your attendance, Happin will automatically add you to an event sub-group where you can see the profiles of other attendees and ask whether they’d like to connect with you.
Relax. You have total control over who can see your name on the list. You can set privacy parameters around age and gender, while a “purpose” tag lets you make it clear what you’re looking for, whether that be new friends, a new relationship, or just a good time.
ID and photo verification stages – as well as social proof – makes sure all users are really who they claim to be as well.
There are three levels of chat in Happin. Group Chat lets you create or join dedicated chat windows, a Private Squad window lets you interact with specific friends, and Event Chat lets you make a window that expires 48 hours after an event is over.
Now that we’re all allowed to go to events with other people again, Happin is set to become your favorite digital companion of 2022.
As Happin CEO Alex Li puts it, “GEN-Z have social media burnout, but Happin can provide
them the tools to know what their friends are up to instead of what happened without
them, to solve the fear of missing out and loneliness.”