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Dating Startup Ideas

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A dating app that matches people based on similar musical preferences.


A startup that creates a dating app focused on building meaningful relationships


A platform where people can create a profile and upload photos of themselves to be rated by other users. The site is mostly for fun at this point, but it could be a useful tool for dating.


A dating app for people who want to have casual sex, focused on avoiding pressure from other users. The app is meant to be a safe place for people who want to do something that’s not going to last.


A dating app for breakfast in the morning.


A startup that works like a dating site but for people who want to find a house or apartment to rent


A dating app that helps people find matches regardless of what they’re looking for in a relationship. The startup has attracted more than $10 million in investment, and has partnered with celebrities like Shaquille O’Neal, who was one of the app’s first users.


Based in Silicon Valley, this startup is working to make the process of filling out IRS forms less intimidating.


A customized AI-powered chatbot that helps you optimize your online dating experience.


Mixer is a dating app for people who want to meet others in a more social setting. It’s an app like Tinder, but it’s free to use and allows users to pay to chat with others.


A dateable dating app, not unlike Bumble.


Another company looking to build a social media platform for dating, focusing on the Latinx market in the US.


An AI-powered dating site for people looking for long-term relationships.


The founders of an AI-powered dating app want to use their product as a platform for investors to invest in AI startups.


"The world’s first social dating app for underrepresented groups,” which is to say, people of color.


This startup wants to be the Netflix of dating. It wants to connect couples by matching them based on what they’re looking for in a partner. It also wants to keep track of everything couples do together.


A free, online dating service for very short-term relationships.


Using machine learning, Connect is building a platform that sorts through the clutter of online dating platforms to find the best match. The startup is currently in the process of raising its Series A.


A “Tinder for online dating”, allowing users to view profiles and swipe right to like what they see.


An online dating platform for young people that focuses on their education and career. The company wants to normalize youth dating by making it easier and more attractive to have a career as well as a dating life.


An SDK for automatically creating, updating, and publishing content to social media.


This startup is building a white-label version of the popular dating app Hinge.


A group of entrepreneurs working to redesign the dating app from the ground up.


A startup that combines the forms of a dating app, matchmakers, and a freelance marketplace. Like others in the space, Zoosk wants to make it easier for people to find jobs, but unlike others it’s only for women.


 A media company that aims to help keep written content up to date by automatically updating articles with the latest information.


SaaS to help companies establish a culture with their employees. The company works by creating a team mix that fits each company’s culture, with a focus on mandating company culture.


A dating app that serves to connect people with the same interests through a private group. It is a spinoff of the successful PopSurvey, which was acquired by LinkedIn


A company that wants to build a local dating app in the US for people in the LGBTQ community.


A company that makes it easy to manage your own online dating profile and have it reviewed by online professionals.


(Note: This is an ongoing list, and I’m adding to it as soon as I hear about new startup pitches every week. I’ll keep updating when necessary.)


A software-as-a-service company building a platform for online dating users.


 A cloud-based review platform for dating apps, with a funding round that was reportedly led by Facebook


A startup that wants to bring a “hybrid” approach to the online dating market, focusing on creating a community for people to find dates on the platform, but also connecting them with people they know in real life.


A dating app for professional singles.


A dating app for “extraverts”.


A dating platform that lets people find love by matching them based on their interests.


A student loan refinancing company that helps borrowers get out of student debt by consolidating all their loans into one. It aims to make this process as simple as possible by allowing borrowers to make payments via their credit cards.


A combination of a private messaging app and a dating app, allowing users to send and receive text messages from both their phones and an app.


A startup that’s building a dating app for people over 50. The app lets users browse by interests, post photos, and build their own profiles. Money is kept separate from the app, so the founders don’t have to have people have to delete their profiles if they don’t want to date.


A dating app focused on people who want to date people with the same lifestyle as them, but don’t want to date someone who’s too far out of their comfort zone.


A platform to create custom, private, and secure online video chat rooms for a variety of uses, including recruitment, dating, and customer support.


This startup wants to be the next generation of online dating. Their product, LoveButler, is a software that helps people find dates based on personality.


A dating app that connects single people in their 20s and 30s.


A social network where users can ask and answer questions about various topics like dating, fashion, and fitness.


A startup that launched in January that aims to add augmented reality to the world of dating. The startup plans to take things further than just showing potential dates using AR to hang out, and give users the ability to see what the one other person is seeing in the real world.


This startup helps companies manage their customer service through an automated chat bot on Facebook Messenger. Its first customer is Zoosk, the dating site and app maker.


Blockchain-based dating platform for people who are already in relationships.


A platform that aims to help dating sites like Match.com grow their user base.


An AI that helps people review restaurants. The AI can be used for speed dating, by restaurants to review their guests’ faces, and for booking books at restaurants.


A team of cyclists who want to take a different approach to a dating app.


 A dating platform for men seeking women, with a heavy emphasis on education. The company has already raised $1.4M after announcing the startup in December, with investors including former CEO of LinkedIn, Reid Hoffman.


A dating app for people with mental illness. The app asks you to rate your symptoms and asks you how you interact with people, giving you a score between 0 and 10 based on how likely you are to get into a fight or be abusive.


A company that provides a kind of dating website for heterosexual gay and bisexual people. It’s different from Tinder because it has a very comprehensive user interface, and has a gay-couple feature that allows you to see other couples in your area.


A dating app for millennials that uses location as a major factor in the matchmaking process


A student loan refinancing startup looking to help people consolidate their student loans by consolidating into a single loan from their bank


A dating app for those who want to find a long-term relationship. The app is for people who are looking for a serious relationship, rather than a hookup.


The startup is focused on the online dating industry, which is, according to CEO Ryan Feit, “one of the most archaic industries in tech.”


A dating app that matches you with people who work at the same company you do. The startup is focused on the software side of the company, and partnering with companies already located in the app’s target cities.


If you’re a company that helps people hire employees, this is a tool meant to help you find and vet candidates. It’s a bit like a dating app for the time-strapped, with a few similarities to Recruiter.com.


Idea: Personality-based dating app that predicts relationship compatibility It works by asking questions on a sliding scale of topics like religion, politics, sports, and more


A startup that helps connect dating service members with those interested in meeting them.


A startup that helps people who are looking to buy or sell a house create a dating profile to find a match that will help them through the process


Idea: A dating app for people who have been diagnosed with a chronic illness


Idea: A startup that combines the idea of a social network with the idea of a dating app. People can follow each other and post content, but they can also chat with each other. The founders say that their users are posting content at a rate


Idea: A startup that wants to re-create the “best part of the job interview”: the speed dating side of


A dating startup for people who want to find a house or apartment to rent. It is a marketplace for renting places to live.