Have you tried those match making services to no avail? Created an online profile on a half a dozen dating sites and still dateless on a Saturday night? As technology continues to boom, finding love is no longer constricted to dimly lit bars or awkward blind dates. Now, all you need is a smart phone to find the mate of your digital dreams.
New Dating App BAE (Before Anyone Else) Caters To Black Singles
BAE Creators Reveal Inspiration Behind App | WTLC
Justin Gerrard speaks quickly, Brian Gerrard speaks slowly. Justin jumps around the room, Brian glides with caution. If you met them separately, you would never guess they were brothers. But their oil-and-water partnership helped them create Bae , a dating app for black people. Bae works pretty much like Tinder, but tailor-made for black users. The Gerrards came up with the idea after they realized how difficult it is for black singles to find dates on existing platforms.
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Bae, the fastest-growing dating app for African-American millennial singles in the U. The app was just acquired by if we , the parent company of Tagged, one of the largest dating sites in the world, with an eye to becoming the place for black singles to meet, play, engage, and find love. The Bae name is being retired and its users will be streamlined into Tagged and its global dating pool. Cofounded in by tech-savvy brothers Brian, 28, and Justin Gerrard, 30 and friend Jordan Kunzika, 22, a first-generation, Angolan-American, Bae grew out of a conversation that came up over a dinner for young entrepreneurs in NYC. When the topic turned to online dating, the three began to discuss the difficulties that their peers were facing when trying to meet people on Tinder and other apps.
Best for: Black millennial men and women looking to quickly connect and chat, go on dates, and either enter a relationship, hookup, or participate in mobile dating. Available for iOS and Android, Bae is a dating app designed to better meet the needs of black singles, a group which has historically not been afforded the same online dating opportunities and white singles. Launched in with 17, downloads after the creators hosted an HBCU Historically Black Colleges and Universities tour of parties and mixers allowing people who matched on Bae to meet in person, the app has grown its membership base tenfold, according to Techcrunch, and the app has become a mainstream name in the online dating community of black singles.