This election cycle millions of people still have no idea who they'll vote for in November. Trump or Clinton? Or maybe one of the candidates from the other parties. A free app will help you decide. It's sort of like 'Tinder' for presidential candidates.
"Voter" is quite simple, you're asked a series of questions on what you believe about some of the hot-button issues this year. Questions such as raising the minimum wage, fighting terror, environmental issues, the death penalty and abortion just to name a few.
People using the app swipe right for yes, and left for no. You can also enter how important each issue is to you.
Once the answers are recorded "Voter" compares the answers to the stance of all 5 candidates. It looks at the candidates' speeches, their platform and other sources of information. Once that is calculated the "Voter" app reveals which candidate most closely aligns with your beliefs.
While it may not be scientific it does seem to do what it claims.
Users of the app are also able to watch campaign videos of the candidates, see recent quotes, contact information, who has given the most support by name and by sectors. You can also register to vote within the app.
In an election year with so much indecision, the Voter app appears to be a good source of information that you cannot get anywhere else.
The Voter app is free for both iOS and Android devices