Late night dating app.

YouUp? is the first late night dating app. We believe in having fun while you’re young. Live life to the fullest from 9pm-6am, daily.

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Hey PH, We created YouUp because we love dating apps, but we think they suck for people looking for casual flings. According to research done at the University of Wyoming, 51.5% of Tinder users believe Tinder is for hooking up and, 49.5% believe it’s for dating and meeting new people. At the same time, only 22% of Tinder users actually use it for hooking up while 44% use it for nothing more than an ego boost. The result is an app where people have different desires, and it’s ultimately difficult to find someone that wants to meet up in person, particularly when going out at night on the weekend. We believe we’re one step closer to solving this with YouUp. An app where you are matched with one person in your area every night and the match expires in the morning. An opt-out system that doesn’t incentivize ego-boosting swipe behavior. An app for those that want no-strings-attached fun who want to skip the BS of first dates. A few tips: - You get three rematches per night - Please be respectful. We’ve got a zero-tolerance policy for misbehavior - Your picture is your FB profile pic. We plan on rolling out the ability to change it soon! - HAVE FUN 🎉🎉🎉 Thanks for your support, let us know what you think and enjoy single life! 🙌
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I'm not sure how I feel about an app dedicated to random hookups and the risks associated with it, especially for women, but I do know that I absolutely would have tried this prior to getting married. I do like that you're being completely transparent about what the purpose of this app is, as opposed to how different people view and use other apps like Tinder and Plenty of Fish, which can cause confusion. No mistaking what YouUp is all about.
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@joshuapinter thanks for the feedback. We certainly want to do everything in our power to limit risk and we think Facebook integration is a good first step for that. If you have any additional suggestions in this area, we’d love to hear them.
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