Nashville Conversations— Scott W. Webb, Dating App Developer
October 3, 2016 by hartapp in Press 0 Comments

Scott W. Webb is the creator of a new IOS dating app for creatives, called Hart – a play on words, which alludes to the fact that art comes from the heart. It’s as if Tinder and Instagram mated and had a baby. However, users eschew from sharing head shots. Instead, they connect via their creativity. With a decade-plus career as a health coach, a leader in his field who has authored several books, including The Conspiracy Theory Diet, Hart was sparked by conversations with one of his clients. He regularly shared grievances in regards to dating apps. As someone who will always root for the underdog, this app is a testament to Webb’s unwillingness to conform.  Since you have a chart full of different ambitions, what made you go with this app first? This idea spawned from a more complex dating app I had conceived that, truth be told, would cost a lot more money to develop. The simpler idea for Hart just popped into my head. I sketched it out with the concept being: “No faces, just creativity.” Not long after, I went to theNashville Entrepreneur Center and posted my concept on their board, which led me to Ryan Budden, who had previous experience developing an event app for the […]

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Check out this article in the Charlottesville, VA. news about the Hart App!
September 16, 2016 by hartapp in Press 0 Comments

  “The idea for Hart was born after Webb attended a Rolling Stones concert and realized ‘Mick Jagger couldn’t compete on Tinder if he wasn’t Mick Jagger, but people love him,’ says Webb. ‘It’s almost a form of hypnosis. When someone has created a great artistic revolution, people don’t care what you look like.’ A hypnotherapist himself, Webb explains how limited typical dating thought patterns can be. ‘In society, all we’re providing people with is the hypnotic aspects,’ says Webb. ‘It’s looking at a face and saying, ‘Yes, no. Yes, no.’ That encourages a generic, cookie-cutter model for what dating is and for what relationships are. We’ve been trained to focus more on what is. It’s a very linear, hypnotized, cause-and-effect model, whereas genuine love comes through the subconscious. ‘What I’m suggesting is, for how the human mind works, we might introduce more imagination and more expression and getting to know each other, and that changes the whole dimension of the relationship.’ Link to article: http://www.c-ville.com/dating-app-creative-types-makes-cville-debut/#.V9bbTZMrKfX

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New App Says Looks Are Dumb. Are They Right?
August 10, 2016 by hartapp in Press 0 Comments

You’ve probably heard the stories. Your girlfriend opens an app, creates a profile, and releases it to the community of that apps users. Within minutes, her account is buzzing with activity—notifications begin chiming. Smiling, she’s excited about her sudden wealth of dating prospects she sees something and it quickly erases the smile from her face. You friend has just been blasted with a series of messages that read: “Yo babe. You wanna come over?” And, “Girl, milk does a body good but did you have to drink the whole damn bottle??” Along with these crassly-written asinine messages, this friend is likely to receive unsolicited dick pics. Gross. If you’re a man, your online dating narrative isn’t quite as bad—vagina pics are not a thing; women telling you that you’re a horrible human being just doesn’t happen. You’re sitting on the sidelines, sending witty well-thought messages to women whom you find interesting. You hit send. And then you wait. You might as well be invisible because that super smart message you sent is about to get you a whole lotta nuthin’ in return. This is the world of online dating. It’s a pretty awful game we all play. Dating sites and apps from Match to […]

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New Dating App Focuses on Hearts not Heads
August 5, 2016 by hartapp in Press 0 Comments

NASHVILLE, Tenn., July 9, 2016 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) –- Most online dating profiles start with a request to upload a headshot, but this newly-launched dating app has something else in mind. The Hart app is the first dating app that features no headshots, but focuses on creativity instead. “It’s a new era for making dating connections,” says Scott Webb, the Nashville-based app’s creator. “It’s ideal for people who are less photogenic and prefer to make an introduction based on another connection.” People will use their creativity rather than their physical wiles to attract those of like-mind. A blogger for the “Urban Dater” agrees and says, “Intelligence is the next thing in dating,” and predicts the new Hart dating app will be too. Webb was inspired to create the app after attending a Rolling Stones concert. He was struck that rock stars like Mick Jagger and Keith Richards could never have competed on an app like Tinder, but still drove the opposite sex crazy anyway. Raw talent often contributes to the magnetism. For example, someone might be able to spin words into beautiful poetry or paint amazing paintings, but are overlooked because their beauty runs deeper than what presents at the surface. […]

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The Dating App That is Changing the Game Completely
August 5, 2016 by hartapp in Press 0 Comments

I have been notorious for saying, “If a man wants a woman and there is a 1,000 foot wall between him and that woman, well he is either going to climb that wall or bust right through it.”  This statement is true for a lot of situations.  However, there are times when it is 100% false.  There are men out there that have been coined the type B personality (Beta Male) that no matter what happens will never approach a woman.  These Beta Males are sometimes the best fathers, best listeners, most fun, and greatest husbands. However, if these guys are NEVER going to approach you, how do you get to them?  Click here for answers. Well, in online dating, the same problem exists.  If you are not the sexiest man alive or the equivalent to Shakespeare writing messages than you may go unnoticed.  Thus, there must be a dating app for people with different talents. Enter Hart, the new dating app for artists.  “Hart is a unique way to express yourself so that others can be attracted to your creative side. Upload anything interesting about you into your blank canvas, plus five words to complete the presentation. View what others […]

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A Review of Hart from TechWibe
August 5, 2016 by hartapp in Press 0 Comments

Welcome, to all to our new post and in this post we are going to discuss Hart a new social networking app or we can say dating app. Hart provides a unique way to connect with different people just by expressing yourself by uploading something interesting about you with five words. Isn’t it cool? Hart works on the principal of showing inner beauty instead of showing outer beauty that is why users will only see canvases instead of faces of other users. Well, let us discuss more it in below part of the post. Exploring Hart using our iPad Hart is a social networking app or we can say dating app developed by Hydroponic LLC. It is a free application and is currently available for iOS based devices only. This application follows a unique and new concept of connecting with others. In this users have to fill up the blank canvases by uploading something interesting about themselves followed by five words to express these canvases. Users can also see other creativity and can response if they are interested. It is a free application but there are some paid purchase (are merely to add more art to their profile), and we will […]

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