Hello beautiful people! If you saw the video I posted here, about being single during the quarantine then you know I’m back on the dating apps. Now we all know there reaches a point where you begin to feel dating app fatigue. What is that? Well, you are tired of having the same intro conversations of what do you do? What are you into? What do you do for fun? Honestly, at that point everyone kind of starts to look the same. WELL, now there is an amazing app called Charmed.
Charmed makes dating apps fun again. Instead of having to screenshot and send the pic (or several) to your friends you can literally create a group chat and share different guys profiles. That way they can help you decide if this person is someone, they think would be good for you. Charmed is currently integrated with Tinder.
It can also be helpful in having your friends help you be more accountable. Say you are trying to go out drinking less because you are living a healthier lifestyle now if you see a cute guy you would usually go for holding drinks in every picture your friends can remind you of your goals.
This also could be helpful in those awkward times you see your friend’s boyfriend on Tinder. (It’s happened it was awkward) and you can literally send her his profile and let her decide what she wants to do about it.
Charmed was designed and co-founded by three guys from the University of California, Berkley. Taylor Margot is the CEO and co-founder of Charmed. He is also a lawyer and he learned a lot about startups during his time as a lawyer and moved on to entrepreneurial ventures. Jack Peterson is the CXO and co-founder he was a teaching assistant and front-end engineer. David Blanchard is the other co-founder and CTO he has over five years of software engineering experience.
They are working professionals like the rest of us and know how hard it can be to find the time to date in our modern world. Charmed was created to bridge the gap in discussing a dating profile in a group chat with your friends before you make the final decision on your own. You can share the chats with your friend group on what to say to a potential match, which is helpful when you don’t know what to say to break the ice or keep the conversation going. This helps you to make better choices when it comes to finding a potential match.
Which dating apps are you on?