Local-based Hook Me App is attempting to make the same connections as the Bang with Friends app with their new foray into the online dating/meet-up scene.With a philosophy revolving around the notion that successful relationships are usually facilitated by the people we already know, they offer a platform for Montreal singles to make connections with friends and friends.Of those users, nearly three-quarters were in the coveted 18-34 age bracket, and there were approximately 200,000 couples that actually agreed to meet in person after finding each with the app.
But then again that’s what I thought about online dating at first too).
Seeing as how men are already overrepresented on dating sites, as well as far more aggressive in their usage of these sites (up to 40% more like to send a message after viewing a profile), it’s easy to see where women are dissuaded.
The latest foray into the so-called feminist friendly hook up app is Pure, whose founders deemed it as “the fastest way to find more frequent and diverse sex”.
In their manifesto, the founders of the app state that “government, society, and religion have oppressed human sexuality in the past and continue to do so today.
Billing itself as “the anonymous, simple, fun way to find friends who are down for the night,” the popular Bang with Friends app is the best method of determining which of your friends would be, you know, Down to Bang, thereby avoiding any of those awkward rejection conversations and morning after regrets.