The creator of Bro, Scott Kutler, wanted to construct something unique for men of all orientations. Society places labels on people, which is something from which the Bro app aims to stray. Many men just want a place where they can chat and make plans to meet up for social hangouts. Some playfully call this a “bromance”. At times, even men who do happen to be gay don’t feel as if they fit in with the popular gay culture. As a social network, Bro is immensely helpful to them, too. Sure, it can aid men in finding deeper love relationships, too. That’s just an option, though. The overarching goal is to help men of all kinds form lasting bonds with others.Many of the mentioned competitors insist that they are for friendship building, as well. However, Kutler has pointed out examples showing that their true intentions are mainly sexually driven. Grindr, for example, generates income through the use of ads. Many of these show men in only brand name underwear. Surge sells premium membership functions to generate revenue; one of which is the ability to see member’s private nude photos. The Bro app is determined to move away from all of this and to create a space for guys wanting something different.
Whether you are a Preppy Bro, a BroGrammer, a Jock Bro, or one of many other types which you can elect from when joining, you are welcome. Bro is opening new social avenues for men, gay and straight, worldwide.
The Bro App – www.bro.social