The Double Dating App has been called the 'Tinder for shy people' and means you can double date with friends, instead of going it alone. The idea is that you sign up with your favourite wingman and choose couples together, then double date to take the awkward conversation out of all those first meetings. The app functions much the same as Tinder: You swipe left or right, depending on whether you and your friend want to meet other friend duos and then you start a group chat, to decide whether a double date is on the cards or not. The app, developed by a British team, launches today and has already seen thousands of single hopefuls sign up to a trial version. Maybe Double still has a few creases to iron out yet….
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On Bumble, women make the first move. We believe relationships should begin with respect and equality. Career opportunities come about when you expand your network. On Bumble Bizz, you can pursue a career change, meet team members, or become a mentor. Bumble was first founded to challenge the antiquated rules of dating.
Online dating takes guts and gumption. It's not easy to put yourself out there and meet strangers for blind dates. San Francisco-based startup Tandem has recently launched a meetup platform that's changing the online dating structure that's in place. Tandem suggests two-on-two get-togethers instead of one-on-one dates to find love.
In fact, it might be a matter of clicks. Those with a penchant for the old fashioned rituals of dating might choose to trade in the likes of Bumble, Tinder and Hinge for something a little more nostalgic. Enter, dating websites. Given that we're currently under lockdown, we couldn't find love at first sight in a bar even if we wanted to.