Personally, I will delete Soul Swipe, but if Soul Swipe can get its sh** together (i.e.
the bugs, recreating the profile space), this dating app could be a winner. But for now, for the sake of my sanity, I will stay away.
The creators of the app understood that for many black singles, it was important they connect with someone whose lifestyle, education level and financial stability was compatible with their own. or Chicago, you’re more likely to have more profiles to look at than a person who lives in a tiny town in Mississippi.
Word on the street is that Soul Swipe has a similar reputation as Tinder: it’s a site for casual daters, but that just means you have to do your work and screen through a lot of profiles to sort through the game players. MELD If casual dating isn’t your thing, then you’ll want to try out MELD, a dating app for black professionals.
MELD follows the same swiping concept as Tinder and Soul Swipe, but the dating pool is more selective.
Whereas the creators of MELD wanted to meet the needs of professional singles, the creators of BAE have an ambitious goal of having every single black person in the world download the app to their smartphone.
BAE was born when co-creators and biological brothers Brian and Justin Gerrard noticed that their white male friend had 50 matches on Tinder in one week, while their African American male friend had only had five.
You may have been overlooked by people you really liked and messaged by the kinds of people you’d never meet in real life.