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What exactly is wrong with dating apps?

If you've tried a mobile dating app, you probably know they are far from perfect. But we bet you didn't know just how far from perfect they really are... 😅


Across major dating apps, you're only 15% likely to meet your digital matches for physical dates. They really should be calling themselves matching apps. 


Over  45% of Americans who have used dating apps reported disliking their experience. To us, this statistic screams a need for improvement. 

The last major mobile dating app Hinge was built in 2013. It's 2021. Call us crazy, but we believe that married people in their 30's, are probably not in the best position to be innovating solutions for singles in their 20's anymore.  😬

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Don't believe us? The proof is in the pudding. 💩

We've spoken to over 400 real users of top dating apps like Tinder, Bumble, and Hinge, and they told us what they don't like about mobile dating: 

So what do users say?

"I feel with dating apps, people are not real. They are just portraying themselves in photos, and theres a disconnect."

Giselle, 22 - New York City

Alice, 23 - New York City

"The hardest part of mobile dating is that I have no idea who I might actually meet. The apps don't help you set up a date."

Reena, 21 - Boston

"I've rarely ever met a person on a mobile dating app. I just spend most of my time talking to the people I match with."

A first of it's kind dating app, allowing users to instantly match and meet one another

That's all we can share at the moment. 😎

For now, look for our upcoming product launch and live events in NYC and Boston!

We invite you to explore our website, and join our early college ambassadorship program, where you can be a part of the change and get paid to help promote Locale!

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