Joe Goldman, the app’s Texas-based founder, says it has taken on the perceived ethos of Canada: welcoming, open and tolerant.“We’re building bridges when people are talking about building walls and our users like that.”Trump is forging connections, too.You can either mark whom you're interested in or pass, and once you find a match you can chat with him or her within the app's interface.
Meetme's slogan is "Where new friends meet," but surely some of the site's 90 million users find significant others.
More than half of this month's searches for e Harmony came from men (54% to be exact), from top states Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
Plentyof Fish users take a "chemistry test," and the site matches them to people with similar personalities, focusing on emotional needs.
AFTER Donald Trump was elected president, Maple Match, an online dating app which connects Canadians and Americans, was inundated with people signing up.
The app promised to make it easy for Americans to find a Canadian partner to save them from the “unfathomable horror” of a Trump presidency.
Its founder, David Goss, wants to make it easier for Trump supporters to find each other.