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Forget relying on faceless robots – matching users with similar interests is the way forward, says new recommendation app itcher

The Bearded Trio recommends a new app called itcher.

While most online entertainment services have their own ‘similar to’ recommendations, they’re not always accurate. This means you can easily waste time and money on something you don’t end up enjoying. Instead, itcher uses its passionate community by matching their taste profiles, to help users find what they’re looking for, no matter how varied their interests.

itcher is an exciting new community-driven app that provides users with accurate and personalised movie, book music and game recommendations, making it perfect for planning entertainment at the weekend.

For those who are new to itcher, the innovative app cleverly taps into its passionate community by matching their taste profiles, helping users find what they’re looking for no matter how diverse their interests.

Whilst most online entertainment services have their own ‘similar to’ recommendations, sometimes they can get it wrong, meaning users can easily waste their time and money on something they don’t end up enjoying. itcher makes suggestions based on the tastes of users that like the same things – rate a few titles and it matches your interests to others to find the musical artists, films, videogames and books that you’re yet to discover.

Recommendations are personalised to each user, and suggestions begin after rating just five titles – just by telling itcher which films, books, music, and games you love, and which ones you hate, and your profile will start building.

It’s no surprise then that many users are seeking inspiration on itcher ahead of the weekend, although we’re not sure their bosses will be too pleased!

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