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Unlike even the smartest phone that you can buy today, they're aware that they exist.They're still computers, though, and as such, they can do things that most human beings cannot—like complex arithmetic without the need of a calculator, or engage in conversations with hundreds of different people at once.The Valleywag headline, not entirely surprisingly, called Invisible Girlfriend “The World's Saddest Service Ever."My first thought was that there did seem to be something a little “sad" about Invisible Girlfriend—thought maybe not sad in the sense of “pathetic," which is what the Valleywag author seemed to be suggesting (I'd figure out exactly why I thought it was sad later, when I tried it).
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Basically, you pick your gender of choice (there's an Invisible Boyfriend option as well), “customize" your new partner by filing out an online form, and start engaging in true-to-life relationship banter from a person who is actually a fictional construct.
Per a promotional flyer, the company's tagline is “Believable Social Proof," meaning that Invisible Girlfriend can help you convince other people that you are actually in a relationship.
Whether you are lonely or just plain sick of explaining why you are single, the Invisible Boyfriend (or Invisible Girlfriend) app created by Matthew Homann and Kyle Tabor allows users to experience the fake relationships of their dreams.
For $24.99 a month you can immediately feel the effects of a rewarding virtual partner with the app designed to send users texts, voicemails and even a handwritten note from the perfect person that they created.
After dealing with the physical, I was asked about my virtual partner's personality and interests.