MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — During stay-at-home orders, people are finding new ways to connect with friends, family and even strangers.
There’s a new app, called QuarantineChat. It pairs up strangers through phone calls at unscheduled times.READ MORE: 1 Dead, 4 Injured In Andover Crash
The average call is about 27 minutes, but some last as long as four hours.READ MORE: Richfield Police Seek Help After Thief Steals Car With Owner's Dog Inside
The app has options for 25 languages, with 5,000 users in 183 countries.MORE NEWS: 39-Year-Old Man Dies In Central Minnesota Rollover Crash
Users can pick themes like discussing books or sharing memories, but they can also start by describing what they see outside their window, and take it from there.