Seeking experienced full stack (front end + back end) + cross paltform (Android + iOS) developer(s) - if you're a team/agency. Development should be hybrid to reduce development time, hours worked, which in turn, means faster time to market and cheaper development as an app entrepreneur.
There are no Geo constraints - it doesn't matter where developer(s) are located in the world (Ukraine, India, South Africa, Latin America, etc.) As long as you are proficient in english, there no frustrating language or cultural barriers, you can meet deadlines, are motivated, and are just as excited as I am to create a great product that will disrupt the market. I am flexible on these things because I am willing to be the project manager.
Unfortunately, budget is tight. I have the starting budget at $1,000 but I'm receptive to offers upwards of $3,000. That is the cap.
Snatch - the App, needs to be exceptional for MVP to hook users. Maximum Development time shouldn't be any more than 1 month to come out with a functioning product that has the potential to amass an exponential user base. Good news is that the app is fairly simple.
Inviting all app developers, that meet the qualifications and thoroughly understand what is requested, to join me on this project. Preferably though, I would rather have someone (or some people) on the team that has a portfolio/xp consisting of apps predominately in these niches:
Hard to get excited about a project when you have no clue what it is. Here is the concept:
•Snatch - Teen focused local buy and sell app with tinder-like functionality.
Swipe left to dismiss item. Swipe right to express interest in the item (in actionable terms, this could mean either bookmarking the item or messaging the seller of the item). With every swipe, the app gets smarter (through machine learning) at accurately determining which types of items you might like, and tailors the next items accordingly.
Similar to how the more content you consume on Netflix, the better the mega-corporation is at predicting which content you might fall in love with next. In addition to swiping, the app also has a "following" option so teens can follow their friends and network so when the "followed" posts an item they want to sell, the "followers" of the "followed" will see these posted items in their news feed. In other words, it has minor social network integrations.
Im willing to sacrifice the "following" feature for the first version, however I believe it would allow for the wider proliferation of the app by utilizing network effects, not to mention it increases user retention.
The only other app (to my knowledge) that has attempted to tackle the teen commerce market is Flogg, launched in 2016, and the app is currently not on the App Stores. With Flogg's absence, this leaves the teen (or younger generation) buy and sell market wide open.