Clover Introduces New Mixers Feature To Bring Singles Together Over Mutual Interests

Clover Introduces New Mixers Feature

Dating app Clover recently introduced a new feature called Mixers thats seeks to bring people together over common interests and encourage them to meet up offline.

Described as a mix between Meetup and Reddit, the Clover feature lets singles create and view in-app forums on the dating app.

In these group chats, users can discuss shared interests – whether “snowboarding” or Game of Thrones – and potentially arrange to meet up.

Speaking about the feature, Clover CEO Isaac Raichyk said: “Meeting someone in a Mixer is a lot of like meeting someone at a friends party.

“We’ve been pleasantly surprised by the volume of Mixers people have created so far. It’s fun to see people connecting through such a vast variety of interesting niche topics.”

Clover is not the first dating app to try and integrate group conversations – last month MeetMe revealed it was introducing a group messaging service to its mobile platform, and apps like Fuse and Groopify both have group conversation aspects.

Last year Clover announced it had raised an extra $2m in funding, which it said it would use to accelerate growth by expanding the platform and adding to its team.

Find out more about Clover here.

Emma Woodley

Emma is a reporter at Global Dating Insights. Originally from Surrey, she has studied Communication and Media at Bournemouth University and The University of Central Florida. She enjoys socialising with friends, exploring new places and can often be found with her nose in a book.

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