Mainstream is a mobile application that allows users to upload a comparison, from a variety of different categories, and receive feedback from the public on which image in that comparison is better. From the voters end the user will be displayed comparisons in a relatively quick fashion. He/she will be able to swipe away the image they dislike leaving the image they prefer to enlarge. After each swipe, at the bottom for the screen the voter will be displayed the percentage of people that voted similar to him/her. In this way the voter will be able to get an idea as to where he/she stands in reference to the Mainstream. From the uploader's prospective a user will be able to upload a comparison and publish it for the Mainstream public to vote on. Lets assume that Jessica is debating between buying two dresses, one from Macys and one from Nordstrum. She is having difficulty deciding on which one to get. Jessica decides to ask the Mainstream public. She take pictures of each dress (either from her phone, from a link off line, or from a file on her computer), puts it into Mainstream, clicks "Publish" and releases it for the Mainstream community to vote on. Within seconds people from all over the country, who are on their phones swiping image after image, are presented with Jessica's dilemma. Soon enough Jessica has the answer of over 100,000 users who are telling her to most certainly get the dress from Macys. Mainstream is not just a fun and attractive app, moreover it will soon be the future of decision making.