So why exactly do geeks need their own dating platform?Pinguino Kolb, one of the app's founders, told that those who revel in fandom and comic culture don’t always have the easiest time on more mainstream apps like Tinder.On this site, unique date ideas attract potential matches. ” and like-minded individuals nearby can opt to join in on the fun.Coffee Meets Bagel sends one potential friend-of-a-friend match to your inbox every day at noon.
It's launching on i OS this week, though it's been available on Android since last year and has already garnered a really positive response from its users.
Other users, she says, “don’t understand the passion behind fandom or geekdom, and they can belittle it.” Cuddli is meant to be a space where you're rewarded for your love of Comic Con or gaming rather than ridiculed.
And there’s something about the dedication of the geek community that makes this seem far more likely to find an audience than some of the other more specific apps that have hit the market in the past few years.
Whether you’re looking for friendship, a random hookup or location-based love, there’s a slew of dating apps and websites out there for every kind of single. Formerly called “Bang with Friends,” this app lets you find friends on Facebook who are willing to get down tonight. Friends won’t know who’s selected them unless the feeling is mutual.
Grouper sets you up with a match, then lets both parties bring along two friends.