Backed by Scientific Research 

Social science experts agree that other dating apps’ emphasis on predictive matching algorithms and virtual online interactions is misguided. Along with frustrated singles everywhere, they too are calling for a solution that puts the emphasis back on in-person interactions.


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“Face-to-face inaccurately or incompletely communicated over computer-mediated communication.” — Eli Finkel

Professor of Psychology, Kellogg School of Management; Author, “Online Dating: A Critical Analysis From the Perspective of Psychological Science”


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“People spend too much time searching for options online for too little payoff in offline dates.” — Dan Ariely

Professor of Psychology and Behavioral Economics, Fuqua School of Management; Author ”People Are Experience Goods...”


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“People appear to be heavily preselecting online for something that, once they sit down in person, doesn’t seem important to them.” — Christian Rudder

Co-founder, OkCupid; Online dating data expert; Author, Dataclysm


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“We’re better off spending quality time getting to know actual people than spending hours with our devices.” — Aziz Ansari

Comedian; Author, Modern Romance