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All attendees had to have Bae downloaded to participate.Within a few weeks of their April 2015 launch, they reached 17,000 downloads, and have grown over 10 times since.It is a members-only swiping app aimed at professionals, with acceptance and matches based on Linked In and Facebook profiles.They can chat with matches, and add photos and information about themselves.Now, she says, a new mobile dating app created by Jordan Kunzika ’16, Justin Gerrard, Tuck ’16, and Brian Gerrard “hopes to make online dating a better experience for Black people.” “Bae founders cultivated their user base by going directly to the communities they believe need the app,” Thomas writes.“They hosted an HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) tour which consisted of parties and mixers where people who matched on Bae could meet in person.It’s the end of 2016, and the two most popular dating apps – Bumble and Tinder – have released some fun user information which gives us a glimpse into which type of people are most sought after on the dating apps.First Tinder gave us info on the most right-swiped names of 2016.
Now, the multi-platinum entertainer has an app called Record Gram, which just won the top spot at Tech Crunch Disrupt’s 2017 Start-Up Battlefield competition.
Without a ticket, a potential user can sign up for the waiting list.
The League scans an applicant's Facebook and Linked In profiles to analyze alma maters, degrees, professions, industries, social influence, neighborhood and age.
Reports say that MIMS’ particular app is the first music-based app and minority owned start-up to win the coveted award in the tech industry.
MIMS described the importance of the app in a digital space in a previous statement that detailed the launch of the app.