And possibly destroy some friendships with it.
Apps like Fling tried a different approach by letting you send your snapshots to complete strangers all across the globe, so you have no say in who you share things with.
The Rando app takes the idea of unfiltered content to a bit of an extreme, by taking away the very choice of what you share.
Dare to play the messaging roulette?
It can be a real conversation starter, or a conversations stopper, the reviews say, depending on what the app digs up from your phone memory.
Ok, to be quite honest, it doesn’t just send things completely randomly. Along with the dreaded “Send blindly” option, the app can also chose 3 random photos from your phone and give you the final pick, post random quotes on Facebook or Twitter or send them via SMS.
It’s a strange set of features, to be quite frank, but not one that’s hard or expensive to replicate:
Will Rando take over the messaging world? Your guess is as good as ours. But then again, the same was true for Twitter and Snapchat and just about any other app on your phone.
The moral of the story is that you it doesn’t take a lot to try. Bring your idea to life, test it out with an MVP and see where that will take you.