The app is also built to drive teens to do more of the things together that will make them put their phones down.
Investors showed interest in IRL as it fills the gap which leading social media companies have left in the industry. IRL raised funds from investors such as Floodgate, Founders Fund, and other angel investors.
'We feel like by focusing on plans, and getting together offline, we could be the Instagram of invites. Remember? Before Instagram people definitely didn't take as many pictures." Abraham Shaffi