Man creates dating app where he's the only man available (Video)

Man creates dating app where he's the only man available (Video)

- Aaron Smith, a 31-year-old handsome man has created a dating app and has made himself the only male user

- The handsome North Carolina man said he did this to eliminate all competition he faces on other dating platforms

- The app was named Singularity and was built with the help of Aaron's friend

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A 31-year-old man from North Carolina has created a dating software for public use with him being the only man available.

In a video report cited by YEN.com.gh, Aaron Smith says he created the app to cut down on competition he faces with the use of other dating apps.

The handsome gentleman calls the app Singularity which has started making waves as it has caught the eye of the internet users.

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The North Carolina man further explains that other dating sites or softwares he has used did not show his features properly.

In Singularity, he creates several versions of himself showing the Aaron that got a job, the Aaron celebrating Christmas and more.

To promote the software, Aaron smith advertises his app on different platforms to get more and more users.

According to the interview Aaron granted, his friend helped him build the app. Aaron is so grateful as his ploy is beginning to see some success.

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Narrating the need to eliminate competition, Aaron gave a brilliant analogy saying:

“If life gives you lemons, you should first make lemonade." He continued, “Then make sure no other companies can produce or distribute their own soft drinks. So the only game in town is lemonade.”

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Matters of the heart have brought interesting news lately. YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Popular Ghanaian artiste Okyeame Kwame has come out to reveal the main cause of many breakups in marriages.

He said it is the fact that many partners practice phubbing.

In a news report put together by GhanaWeb, the Rap Dacta explained that phubbing is the act of ignoring one's partner in other to focus on one's cellphone.

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