Coffee and bagel dating

Coffee Meets Bagel has launched two new tools to help its busy singles find love.

These bagel boys (or women) are based not just on your own stated preferences, but on an algorithm of what it thinks you will like, and is more likely to recommend friends-of-friends from your Facebook.

If you like the cut of the fella’s jib, you can accept the match and message each other.

As someone who’s surrounded by young adults who predominately date via mobile apps, my mission is improve the dating experience on one of my favorite apps: Coffee Meets Bagel.

We live in an amazing ecosystem, yet we find ourselves increasingly consumed by work culture.

We have an innate desire to find companionship, but we’re constrained by our growing responsibilities.

Co-founders and sisters Arum, Dawoon, and Soo Kang started Coffee Meets Bagel to remedy the hustle and bustle of everyday life, providing a casual environment for people to meet up.

The company secured .8 million in a Series A financing round back in 2015 and has introduced an array of new features, including Photo Lab and Send A Woo, in the time since.

The latest additions to the CMB family come courtesy of collaborations with Yelp and Spotify.

The app makes dating efficient and accessible by presenting members with one curated match each day at noon, eliminating the need to sink hours into searching.

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