Relationship app Flamme, previously Sparks, rebrands and adds new AI tool

Relationship app Flamme, previously Sparks, rebrands and adds new AI tool

Relationship app Flamme, previously known as Sparks, has launched its rebranded app and introduced a new AI-powered Ask Me Anything tool in time for Valentine’s Day. Although there are numerous dating apps on the market, there aren’t many apps that aim to alimony the spark working without you enter a relationship. Flamme is catered toward existing couples looking to introduce new and fun experiences to their lives, and moreover modernize liaison in their relationship.

The app, which initially launched while the visitor was exhibiting at Battlefield 200 at TechCrunch Disrupt last October, has been rebranded with a new interface. Flamme CEO Ankit Nayal told TechCrunch that the redesigned app incorporates feedback received from beta users and is easier to use than the original app.

“With our launch at Disrupt last year and the polity feedback, we were worldly-wise to understand the user preferences, and problems, a lot better,” Nayal told TechCrunch. “We integrated those into our current product and expanded the range of tools misogynist to strengthen relationships. Now untied from just helping couples have a fun time, we help modernize their liaison as well.”

Nayal and his team created Flamme with the goal of addressing some worldwide challenges faced by couples, liaison and rented schedules. It can be difficult for partners to find time for each other and maintain intimacy and fun, so Flamme aims to provide a platform for couples to strengthen their relationship and stay connected.


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The visitor has widow a new AI-powered “Ask Me Anything” tool that lets users ask questions well-nigh relationships. For instance, you can ask well-nigh popular stage locations in New York City. Or, you can ask well-nigh unique ways to propose to your partner. The visitor tested the tool on the web for the past few months and is now bringing it to its mobile app.

The launch of the new full-length comes as AI has wilt an increasingly trending topic over the past few months, expressly due to the launch of ChatGPT. Nayal told TechCrunch that he sees AI playing a worthier role in shaping the app’s future.


The app features daily discovery questions that are designed to help users learn increasingly well-nigh their partners. Users can only see answers when both people in a relationship have answered a question. Flamme moreover has a date-planning full-length that uses an ML-powered recommendation engine to help you plan stage nights. In addition, the app includes a relationship tracker, shared skillet list, memories timetable and more.

Some may wonder why they need an app to help stay unfluctuating with their partner. To that, Nayal says Flamme isn’t trying to replace liaison between couples, it’s instead looking to make liaison increasingly efficient while helping users alimony the spark working with their partner.

Relationship app Flamme, previously Sparks, rebrands and adds new AI tool by Aisha Malik originally published on TechCrunch


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