New year, new boo? These 3 niche dating apps match boba fans, cat lovers and anti-ghosters – The Arizona Republic
The busiest day of the year for dating apps and sites, “Dating Sunday,” is fast approaching. Dating apps such as Bumble, Tinder, Match and Coffee Meets Bagel have reported an increase in users using their services on the special day.
The occasion, sometimes called “Singles Sunday,” falls on the first Sunday of the year. In 2021, that’s Jan. 3.
In 2020, dating apps such as Bumble and OkCupid reported increased activity as users remained socially distanced. In August, Flutter — a dating app that only allows users to see other profiles and message matches on select days — seized on this trend of people looking to date online by expanding to Phoenix.
The app’s founders intended to capitalize “on the surge of singleness thanks to months of physical isolation.”
If you’ve tried the most popular dating sites and apps with little success, consider signing up for these three dating apps, which either launched in the last year or will debut this year.
The Founders of dating app Flutter aim to “cure ghosting and