- Incentives faster text replies
- Measures and ranks the speed of text replies
- Uses value to incentivize faster replies
FasterText incentivizes users to respond quicker to text messages by rewarding prompt replies with value and competitively tracking response times.
FasterText works just like major text and IM mesagging apps but with two key differences: every text has value and reply speed is rated, measured, and compared. This encourages faster replies and helps users prioritize important messages. Every message has value. You earn value if you reply quickly; if you don’t reply, you don’t. All messages and photos vanish within 24 hours. FasterText is free to download and consumers are provided promotional value at registration which should sustain an average user.
Active texters average over 4,000 text messages per month, which can be overwhelming and lead to delays in important responses. In addition, some people are just not good at replying. Accordingly, many users often wait endlessly for important replies from friends, family members, or colleagues. FasterText helps solve this by speeding up the reply process.
FasterText has horizontal market appeal and is ideal for active texters in the millennial and younger generations as well professionals, families, and entertainers.
FasterText www.FasterText.com is an express messaging app that incentivizes faster text replies with rewards and competitively tracks response times. FasterText is a private company based in Scottsdale, AZ and is a subsidiary of SpiffBox, Inc. Advisors to the company include former FCC Chairman Reed Hundt, NFL Hall of Famers Tony Dorsett and Mike Haynes, and NBA Hall of Famer Rick Barry.