Science & Tech
App helps you reconnect with the one that got away

Edmonton student Sagar Memon bought his new iPhone 5 at the Apple Store at Southgate Mall in Edmonton, Alberta on September 21, 2012



If you've ever clicked with someone on a flight and wanted to keep the connection alive but were shy to ask them for their contact information, help is here.

WeMetOnAPlane is an app that'll help you reconnect with the person.

Using your flight number, year, month, date, origin or destination, the app's "search algorithm will display search results of all stories from that specific flight that have been shared by other passengers," Will Scully-Power, the brainchild behind the recently launched app, said in a statement.

"Recognize a story? Simply post a reply to their story and they will be emailed immediately. Don't recognize any of the stories? Simply click 'Share Your Story' and tell us your story about how you met that special someone. Then share your story via social media including Facebook & Twitter and help us help you find them"

Scully-Power launched the site after meeting his girlfriend on a plane in 2011.

"We already have a number of successful connections with thousands of stories shared from hundreds of countries including the U.S., Australia, Germany, Switzerland, New Zealand, U.K., Canada, Netherlands, Norway and India," he says.

The free app is available for Apple iPhone, iPad and Android devices.

Sun News Videos

Mink farming

Nova Scotia produces half of Canada's mink fur.

Feminist 'consent underwear' spark debate

Do consent underwear just change the conversation from 'rape culture' to 'slut culture'?

Afghanistan's upcoming election

With an election rapidly approaching, change is on its way to Afghanistan. Good or bad, the world is watching.

Ezra Levant’s The Source is the most provocative and thought-changing multimedia show in Canada.

This show is 100% focused on the political battles taking place across Canada, in the United States...even around the world.

Michael Coren brings you strong, balanced opinions to challenge conventional thinking.

Byline brings you the stories you won’t hear anywhere else while exploring points of view that are all too often ignored.