IntroMe vs Qvault

IntroMe

IntroMe
IntroMe

IntroMe is a social app designed to intro you to cool people nearby.

Using geolocation and an interest based algorithm, we act as your trusted friend who knows everyone and intros you to them based on shared interests. You can verify your intro's trustworthiness using our unique TrustGuard score, and if you find someone you'd like meet, choose to Meet Now or simply chat online.

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Qvault

Qvault
Qvault

Computer science can be complicated. We make it simple.

Learning a subject as deep and dense as computer science is often overwhelming if the curriculum isn’t focused and goal-oriented. Qvault doesn’t have thousands of courses, and we don’t want that many. Instead, we make one course for each relevant topic and present you that material in an interactive, game-like, and simple manner.

Location: American Fork, United States

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