3 New Dating Apps for Black Singles
The best part about the 21st Century is that now love is at the touch of your fingertips. You can download an app onto your phone and immediately the world of online dating has been opened to you. There are a lot of popular dating apps geared towards various groups like FarmersOnly and ChristianMingle, but there are not many popular dating apps for black singles. After some researching, I found some new dating apps for African-American men and women.
This dating app takes online dating to the corporate realm. The app is only geared towards black professionals seeking actual relationships and clearly Chyreé Wilson, Head of Strategic Partnerships at MELD, meant business. In order to create a profile, you have to link your Facebook and LinkedIn profile to the app, which gives an increased level of protection and limits the members to professionals only. Another great part is that the app will only allow members that have mutually melded to message each other.
SoulSwipe is a hip and trendy dating app for black singles. It’s been called the “the world’s leading urban social network and dating app to find your soulmate.” You swipe profiles left and right until you get a notification that you and someone else have mutually liked each other. Now, you have the ability to message them safely through the app and get to know the person behind the profile. So download the app and find the mate to your soul.
“Bae” has traditionally been a term used to refer to someone you are dating or someone that you have prioritized “before anyone else”, but now it is the name of a new dating app. The app was launched at Howard University, so it caters mostly to young, black singles but there are a variety of black singles on the app. The app is similar to other dating applications, whereas the option to message someone is only unlocked once both singles like each other. After that, then you can safely converse with the person through the app without having your number floating around.
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I have recently earned my BBA from the University of Houston and I am a native Houstonian. My background is in human resources, so I have an understanding of what motivates people and their actions. As a result of those things, I merge my personal, professional, and college experience to write blogs that everyone can relate to.