SKOUT, the leading worldwide app that allow you to meet new people, have expanded its user base to Poland, as announced on June 20, 2016. The community in Poland that uses SKOUT has grown over the last few years as more people use their mobile device. As a matter of fact, Skouters’ connections in Poland has increased more than 40% in the past two years. The CEO and co-founder of SKOUT, Christian Wiklund, stated that they are always searching for ways to improve the SKOUT user experience in meeting new people. He also stated that they are excited that SKOUT is made available to the Polish in order to improve on the existing experience of the Polish community.
The app for SKOUT is a free download for Android and iOS. Users can connect with people with the same interests, send virtual stickers and gifts, and chat. Virtual travel for meeting new friends is also enabled with the SKOUT Travel feature that made over 16 million journeys last year. And now SKOUT has a new feature called “Interested?” which utilizes the “Meet People” search settings for instantly matching fellow Skouters of similar interests. For more information and/or to download SKOUT, you can check out their site, www.skout.com. You can also find this app on Twitter and Facebook.
SKOUT globally network the meeting and chatting of new people locally or abroad. You can create a profile through Facebook, Google+, or with your email to instantly start. And when you start this app, you will be amazed with all the exciting things that can be done, like uploading photos, earn points, checking out photos, checking on the buzz feed, checked on who checked you out, travel virtually around the world, and more. You should also create an unique SkoutID and share it with friends.
SKOUT is now the largest worldwide platform to meet new people and expand your social network. It was found in 2007 by Niklas Lindstrom and Christian Wiklund, and it is headquartered in San Francisco, CA. This community consists of millions of users that span over 180 countries. It’s also available in 22 languages that include English, Danish, French, Hungarian, German, Italian, Indonesian, Korean, Japanese, Norwegian, Malay, Portuguese, Polish, Simplified Chinese, Russian, Swedish, Spanish, Vietnamese, Turkish, Traditional Chinese, Thai, and Tagalog. And they just expanded its user base to Poland, and continues to improve their user experience.