This is a total shift in traditional dating apps, and dating website culture who statistically never connect their users offline. From the moment you’re accepted onto the app, it does feel like a community.
This is a total shift in traditional dating apps, and dating website culture who statistically never connect their users offline. From the moment you’re accepted onto the app, it does feel like a community.There are past event photos, and it’s easy to connect with other users.
Once you’re in, they make heavy use of your network of connections, both personal and professional.
They host events for members to meet in person (gasp!
You can even plan to meet someone abroad because the app will let users know when you will be in their city.
They curate your night so that if you haven’t met someone on the app, you can meet someone in real life.
Users are asked a series of questions so you know their height, weight, if they smoke or have kids without users having to disclose this manually in their profile.
That kind of transparency makes the app seem trustworthy.
There just aren’t enough people on every app to satisfy the needs of single men and women.
‘The Inner Circle’ a London-based app self-described as is part dating app and part social network.
), and they also let you list your local hangouts (bars, restaurants, etc), travel plans, and events you’re attending to land on people who are frequenting the same places.
This is obviously meant to help find common interests, but it also serves to keep people on good behavior.