Dating Pro Digest: Loosid – App For Sober Dating; Bumble Fights Domestic Violence; PoF Partners With Shine App
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Dating industry news digest:
- Loosid is a new social network for new sober dating.
- Bumble helps to fight domestic violence.
- Plenty of Fish has partnered with the Shine app.
Loosid is a new social network for new sober dating.
Loosid online dating platform is a free quality social network. Its main idea is to assist with searching for sober acquaintances and friends.
In the app, the user can either look for a potential sober soulmate or create online groups to discuss various interesting topics.
Bumble helps to fight domestic violence.
Due to the growth of unhealthy relationships when people harm each other, Bumble decided to take part in the fight against it.
According to statistics, from 2019 to 2020, the number of domestic violence reports increased by 101%.
The partnership between the National Domestic Violence Hotline and Bumble has a long-term perspective. The main slogan “Love is respect”, which should give people motivation, support, and positive emotions.
Plenty of Fish has partnered with the Shine app.
According to the Plenty of Fish statistics, about 30% of single users in the US have experienced anxiety over the past half-year.
Thus Plenty of Fish decided to partner with Shine, a self-care app, to make dating less stressful and promote mental health. They want to provide users with free Shine Premium membership to 5K Plenty of Fish members.
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