TYO Inc’s ChuChu iPhone App: Compares Couples’ Playlists To Test Compatibility

Posted on Jan 20 2012 - 1:24pm by Editorial Staff

Have you ever wondered that an app can assess the compatibility of those who are in a relationship by comparing their playlist? Sounds surprisingly at first instance – but is true Japanese TYO Inc. had launched its ChuChu Tune app.

The app is for those who have already paired up. Users begin by downloading the free app, which is available in both English and Japanese onto their iPhone, iPad or iPad touch. Next both launch the app, tap “play” and then hold their devices face to face “as if they are kissing,” in the company’s own words “ChuChu” stands for “ kiss kiss” in Japanese.

The app searched through both people’s music libraries; if it finds a matching song, it brings it up for shared enjoyment on both users’ phones, as per Japan Trends report. If multiple matches are found, the app ranks them and indicates strong compatibility; if none are found, on the other hand, ChuChu Tune reportedly delivers a message indicating that the two partners might be better off seeking love elsewhere.

The app sounds both romantic as well as technology strong for those who love to find the “love” in technical way.

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