Android apps for dating
Just like any dating site, Boice admits Mutual still has its share of “creeps,” but users can report those individuals, and Boice’s team works to “keep everything clean.” In fact, Mutual has its own tongue-in-cheek version of its type of creep — a stereotype the company poked fun at in its latest video celebrating the Android launch.
In it, a girl is approached by that stereotypical recently returned missionary who is sure that he’s had divine revelation she’s the one.“We created that character as a joke, because everyone knows that stereotype of guy. And that guy, maybe he needs to go out on dates to get over that awkwardness.
Because the company is targeted to those of a specific religion, Mutual won’t necessarily grow as big as other dating apps, but Boice is excited about who it can help.
He also feels lucky to have both actors from his Kickstarter video return for this second video celebrating the Android launch.
People using Mutual have different goals than those on other dating apps.
Their real end goal is to get married in the temple.
However, every “Charm” requires a few credits which can either be bought or can be earned by inviting friends to the app.
That awkward RM at the beginning, I’ve been there,” Boice laughed.
“And somebody’s looking for that guy, so that’s why he ends up with someone in the end.”Since Mutual’s original launch, Boice said he knows of at least 100 engagements and marriages that resulted from meetings through the app.
When you talk about online dating these days, Tinder is the first thing that comes to mind.
While dating websites have been present since a long time, there’s no doubt that the online dating scene has been revolutionized by Tinder.