HER grew the app's popularity the old-fashioned way — in person."In the early days I'd go to nightclubs with a bottle of sambuca in one hand, and tequila in the other, and encourage girls to download the app in return for a shot," Exton told the BBC.One in 10 people look for love on the internet, and with so many options out there is can be hard to find a dating site that meets your needs.The online dating world can often feel like one big singles bar where people you're not interested in won't stop buying you drinks no many how many times you change barstools.“Any woman who has used tinder has one or many stories of the kinds of behavior men exhibit on Tinder … it feels creepy.”Download Coffee Meets Bagel Founded by Stanford MBA grad Amanda Branford, The League touts itself as a dating app that does the "scouting and the vetting" while "you do the matching and the petting."Here's what The League has to say about it's method of matching: "So you want to date someone who shares your education level and ambition?And maybe, just maybe, you’d like them to be in your same neighborhood, attractive enough to at least look good in black-and-white photos, with a height that meets your way-too-restrictive height preferences.Users have 24 hours to choose either to 'Like' or 'Pass' on their Bagel, and if two people 'Like' each other, then the app will open a private chat for them to set up a date, which only lasts for seven days.Bagels are determined through a computer algorithm that combs through users’ Facebook friends and 'friends of friends,' assessing interests and personal experiences to match users with profiles similar to theirs."“We like to call ourselves the anti-Tinder,” Arum told ABC News.
Founded by Robyn Exton, HER has both paid and free features.
The app offers tools like its question explorer feature, which lets you discover others through the stories they tell.
Users can select a category, browse through hundreds of questions, and find someone based on their personality, not just their looks.
Download HERbecause the sisters believe their app is worth much more.
According to ABC News, "Coffee Meets Bagel is free and the app delivers one match, or a 'Bagel,' by noon each day.