Here is a transcript of a video that discusses the Soda app and compares it to the Wink app:
"So here is Soda, the new make new friends app. I don't know if it's gonna replace Wink or anything, but let's see how it is different from the Wink app. Basically, it's just getting better for some users, making them happier. This Soda app is now more similar to the old Wink app, but there are a couple of main differences.
The first difference is that if you want to accept friend requests now, you need to pay. In the Wink app, you used to be able to accept people wanting to be friends with you without paying, but now you have to pay for it. Personally, I miss the old way where it was free, but now that's how it works.
The second difference is that you now need to complete verification in order to get verified. This adds an extra layer of security to the app. These are the changes they've made.
And of course, there's the branding. The entire app has been rebranded as Soda. I'm not sure why they chose that name, but it's now called Soda. They have different pricing plans as well. For $10 a month, you can get the basic Soda plan. There's also a Soda Plus plan for one month priced at $10, and a one-week plan for $5. With Soda Plus, you get access to all the features they offer. It seems like they are pushing for more aggressive monetization with these pricing plans.
So, that's what the Soda app is all about. It's an updated version of the Wink app, with some changes that users may or may not appreciate. The decision to pay for friend requests and complete verification may be a drawback for some, while others may find the new features worth it. Overall, it will be interesting to see how users respond to these changes and if Soda can truly compete with Wink in the make new friends app market."No answer to your question? ASK IN FORUM. Subscribe on YouTube!