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He did his own research, saw that there was nothing like this and he got really excited and engaged.He had all the connections to put the pieces together for us.” The three felt all other dating apps were made exclusively with single people in mind.And while plenty of press coverage has explored female repulsion toward dating apps, digitally dissatisfied dudes get far less airtime. dating app industry alone generates roughly billion in revenue each year.To be clear: I’m not here to condemn the technosexual era as some slaughterhouse of love. I’m just here to say that if you’re a guy who doesn’t subscribe to the swipe craze, you’re not alone."Mutual," a Mormon dating app, is looking for sponsors on Kickstarter to fund an Android version on the app, which is currently only available to i Phone users.Cooper Boice, one of the founders of the app, said they hope to be able to accommodate members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who don't use i OS devices but who want to use the app.
Boice also mentioned some unique features that will be available to premium members soon.But this isn’t one of those stories where I tell you I downloaded one little app, swiped twice, and, to quote Tom Hank’s character Joe Fox, found “the one single person in the world who fills your heart with joy.” Whether it’s been because of a friend’s suggestion, trying to up my odds, or pure frustration with not getting messages back, I’ve downloaded and used a plenty of apps!