TrintMe, Winner of the "Big Idea Competition" with Shark Tank Judges Mark Cuban and Daymond John.
August 01, 2015
Read TrintMe founder and CEO VS Joshi's article on anonymity in the age of online social networks, published by "Tech In Asia"
Jan 17, 2014
Mashable, one of the leading source for news, information & resources for the Connected Generation names TrintMe - one of the 15 hottest dating apps.
Her campus, the #1 online community for college women , called TrintMe “the dating app we’ve been waiting for”
Vowing to “take friendships further,” TrintMe is offering an app allowing users to privately set their true intentions, or “trints,” for their Facebook friends
TechCrunch published an article on TrintMe calling it a classier app that lets you find Facebook friends who want to hang out, not just hook up.
Social News Daily published an article on TrintMe calling it the romance app.
The Big Idea Competition was part of the Babson Entrepreneurship Forum.
A panel of judges and 300 members of the audience collaboratively picked TrintMe as the winner.
TrintMe was amongst the top 3 teams at the *Babson Entrepreneurial Thought and Action* (B.E.T.A.) Challenge.
As part of Founder’s Day, the 2012 B.E.T.A. Challenge recognized major milestones startups have achieved by taking action.
"TrintMe allows users to move their relationships with friends closer, without embarrassment. A great service with tremendous promise".
Mark Brooks | Founder of Online Personals Watch
"TrintMe could prove valuable to people who genuinely struggle with relationship communication and rejection."
- Dr. Karen Ruskin, Relationship Expert, Massachusetts Based Psychotherapist, TV Guest Expert, Author.
"TrintMe could be a good way for women, especially, to test the waters with men without alienating them."
Ms. Julie Spira | Bestselling author, radio host and Los Angeles based Relationship expert.