Hill Country-Based Dating App Lets Users Do Volunteer Work on Dates

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Currently the activities on the Swoovy app for volunteering and connecting cover a variety of interests and can be both indoors and out. They can also include such pastimes as gardening and even playing with animals. Area organizations are partnering with the dating app in order to get word out and improve their community engagement. Single people who are socially minded are joining Swoovy for the purpose of meeting someone who truly has a like mind. At present, Waupsh has identified that 3,000 users have downloaded the app since launching took place in November 2018. In comparison, Bumble, a popular dating app, is similarly based in the Texas Hill Country, and presently has over 50 million fans. This hasn’t daunted Waupsh. She believes Swoovy has a niche in the market with its instant common connection. And if a date doesn’t go smoothly, users don’t necessarily feel that it was wasted time as a result of the volunteer opportunity. Would you try a dating app? Does Swoovy have what it takes to make a meaningful match for you?

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