Dating bath uk
Bristlr by the way, being a dating App for people interested in bearded men…Yet, with only 8% of tinder users claiming they actually use the app to find a girlfriend or boyfriend, the app recognises the slim likelihood of finding love on it – and so retains the fun of Tinder, focusing on 16-23 year olds, who may find too serious and middle-aged, and encourages students to also use My Bae as a game, with Matchmaker, memes and wink features.
Student Reps of Bath launched My Bae last Friday, at our Valentines themed Bridge, testing the waters of this revolutionary dating App and seeing the reactions.
Fed up of the constant left swipes your face receives?
Searching for someone to join you on your quest into the perilous paths of Mordor? It’s a new student dating App that is being launched in schools and universities across the UK, starting in Bath, that focuses on shared interests and personality traits, letting users see what they have in common, resulting in a more meaningful match.
A Survey in May 2015 asked 16-19 year olds, “If you could change how Tinder searches for people near you, what would you want to search for?
’ Lo and behold, over a third responded with “if they share the same interests as me”.
Unsurprisingly the failure of Tinder to find personality compatibilities has resulted in the rise of ‘niche’ dating apps like ‘Bristlr’, ‘Muz Match’ and ‘JSwipe’.