A practical and insightful solution to a specific life problem can potentially come from a Person who has experienced the same issue and found a solution that works.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 28, 2016
LifeResolve was developed by Mr. Nevil Darukhanawala, and is a revolutionary Social Problem-Solving Mobile App. This free app enables a Seeker, who is a user facing life-related challenges, to sort out his or her problems in the shortest time, while remaining “Anonymous” to the LifeResolve community.
The Seekers receive responses from Supporters, app community members, who offer a variety of potential advice and solutions based on their expertise to resolve the Seeker’s issue. Even prior to the official launch, this unique emotional networking platform has attracted downloads by both iOS and Android users in a very short period of time, primarily from the Millennial Generation.
“A practical and insightful solution to a specific life problem can potentially come from a Person who has experienced the same issue and found a solution that works. We all face similar problems in our lives, but at different points in time. So, it’s entirely possible that someone else has the Solution that you need right now. If only, a Connection could be made.” shares Nevil. “LifeResolve not only gives a Seeker multiple solutions to choose from Supporters with diverse backgrounds and experience-levels, but Seekers also get helpful answers very fast,” shares Ms. Kinjal D., Co-Founder of Life Resolve.
In the LifeResolve app community, a Seeker can also become a Supporter and visa-versa. The LifeResolve teams’ research shows that their users may initially download the app because they are seeking advice, but once they engage in the community they also begin to assume the role of a Supporter to help other users.
“This app is really awesome. A friend told me about LifeResolve so I downloaded it to post a career-related question that I was really struggling with. Within a short time over five different Supporters provided me with great answers. And I really like that I, as a Seeker, was anonymous. That’s a key difference from posting a personal question on social networking sites. Typically you can’t be anonymous on those,” shared a 23-year old male User, and recent college graduate from Boston, MA.
Currently, LifeResolve has two main categories, each with sub-categories users can choose from:
Personal: Family, Love, Parenting, Relationships, Emotions, School, and College
Professional: Career, Entrepreneurship, Money
To learn more about LifeResolve, visit: LifeResolve.com or email: nevil(at)liferesolve(dot)com
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