The parent company owns many dating sites, not just this LDS one. From the start, you control who can view your profile and who can email you. This site is exclusively for Mormons and entirely free.
Website: 2001Website: 1996Both sites are owned by the same parent company and appear to utilize the same database of profiles. Joining is free but you must pay in order to utilize the services that actually connect you with people. The parent company owns many dating sites, not just these LDS ones. What is more, it is designed to be a Tinder-esque alternative for LDS members.
"When I had it, I went though all the guys in a 100-mile radius in a day." A few weeks later, however, "it was all people were talking about."Over the weekend, there was even a Tinder-themed house party at a Provo apartment.
The app comes with some unique features, too, like the Readiness meter, which depicts how ready someone is to have a long relationship or just go on a few dates.
"We've tapped into a new market," Tinder CMO and co-founder Justin Mateen said.
"The growth has been astronomical."Attempts at reaching this untapped audience have been met with varying degrees of success.
Mutual offers features that help you get to know other single Mormons beyond their profile photos, by highlighting information such as mission location, mutual friends, and interests you share in common with potential matches.
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