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A perfect dating app for busy people that delivers high value.
So, I really like the idea they're going for, but as it is I find myself frequently confused and uncertain and frustrated. Good concept, poorly done Mar 13, goldbergrr Literally the biggest thing that needs to change about this app is really too important to ignore: Suggest days you are available and your match will agree to meet you on one of those dates.
Not to mention that even though I've put that I'm bi, I only get sent male matches and I can only rate men.
Available in USA, Canada. Make sure to confirm with your match the time and day you will meet! All in all, it's a great concept, but the implementation needs work.
Final step, meet up!
I also have noticed that some of the matches selected were definitely hand picked for me based on similarity of interests.
Once a match is made on Dine, the date and location has already been decided and accepted on. That's why Dine tries to get you in the same room.
Ask them to Dine! I just have to decide based on their picture - and that feels arbitrary and awful. In contrast, Dine is focused on giving you both a night of culinary culture, and good company too, setting you up with people that choose similar restaurants in your area.
As a result, there's no way that any useful information can come out of this section. Uh, fix that please.
Lock in a Date! Dine Request Accepted If your Dine request is accepted, start a conversation! However, there are a few major problems with this app.