Unlike Tinder, Bumble, and basically every other dating app out there, the app won't just show you photos of your match.
It's a story you've heard before – and maybe even lived before.
Speed is of the essence in our modern age of fast-swipe online dating.
And for most of us, actually seeing someone is part of that equation.
Maybe it’s dinner at the newest hotspot, a sporting event you’ve got an extra ticket to, or something way more low-key like a quick drink.
So Kain said it’s mostly just for weeding out those who aren’t right for the app.
After you’ve gone on a few successful dates, you get “verified” with a glowing check mark, which can boost your chances of getting picked.
People in your area (that are your preferred gender and age) can then submit to be your date.
You pick the winning bidder, and then the date is set.
You set up a quick profile (using your Facebook login), and then you can create whatever date experience you feel like.
You name the time and place, and then it’s put into the feed of open dates.
So much so that the process of swiping, matching, and chatting can feel like a race to to that great (or not so great, depending) finish line we call a date.