What if we never lost touch with people we exchanged glances with when we passed by each other? What if we could meet them again. Maybe the same day, after we got back home.
Now with Datescape people who stare at each other across a couple of tables in a restaurant or in a park can invite each other for a quick speed date...
Most dating apps are based on direct messages, which turned out to be not so popular amongst people who felt their privacy was invaded, that's why Tinder released the feature of mutual like before you get to chat with that user.
Tinder however got it massively wrong with one aspect here: giving somebody a like means is a small investment, thus it is negligible and people are not very likely to eagerly engage in a conversation in the chat, especially girls, for whom the moment passed.
Liking somebody after say 2 weeks.. that user probably even forgot who you are
Unlike other less humanized apps, that quantify users instead of treated them individually, Datescape explores the possibilities with each one of them, doesn't rely very much on numbers but on the quality of your conversation with someone.
In Datescape you receive every speed date invitation and you are given the opportunity to engage with that user immediately.
Lastly, you can easily scroll through profiles and turn back to the ones that you didn't invite on a speed date because they weren't available.