Here are the digital matchmakers who have offices in New York City: Grouper is all about group dates.The app connects two groups of three friends for a date.Because it's a group, you get rid of a lot of the awkwardness of the first date.
If the ratio worked in our advantage, we weren’t going to argue with the math. A grizzled, ponytailed rodeo rider, Tim noticed us the second we walked into the Cheyenne, Wyo., bar.
Because we were women, entering a Cheyenne, Wyo., bar. He told us that he’d dismantled bombs as a Navy Seal and mounted bulls as a rodeo rider, but that women were the one problem he couldn’t figure out.
If you’re feeling spunky, you can fire up the app and find an event near you.
The makers of the app are British, but they keep a couple of people in New York.
Ok Cupid, one of the pioneers of the online dating world, is a New York company.
They have a truly massive audience, with over 1 million installs a week and 7.3 million messages sent on the service every single day.
Crush Mobile is behind the largest Latino dating app, Mi Crush, as well as j Crush, aimed at Jewish people and Urban Crush, aimed at African Americans.
We've been told they're also working on an app for professional networking that should launch in the not-too-distant future. Basically, they try to make it so their service encourages users to spend less time online and more time actually meeting a date in person. ' with a date idea, and are then connected to other users who like the idea.
They also run a dating agency that will work with a select group of eligible users looking for one-on-one dating advice.
When a female friend and I took a road trip through the American West last year, we did not deliberately chart a course through several states—Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, and Utah—that are known for their surplus of male residents. We’d seen the unintentionally erotic 1990s Chevrolet commercials.
Sometimes it feels like New York is home to as many dating apps as people.