The Startup Roundup – 1st March 2019

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Startup news this week:

  1. Tinder-like App Aims To Connect, Build Community Among Hong Kong Mothers – Mumz originally started as a Facebook page for a community of parents to share advice and set up social events or play dates.
  2. Creative New App “Convers8” Seeks to Forge Deeper Human Connections Through in-Person Conversations – The aim of the app is to start conversations and create meaningful human connections with other users nearby.
  3. Hily: Nice to See You Here – Hily is a mutual opt-in dating platform that has a multi-level protections to ensure the safety and privacy of users.
  4. Blockchain Healthcare App IFFY Helps Online Dating Users Verify Partner’s Health – Users can securely store their medical records on the platform, and grant access to STD test results via their social profiles.
  5. Shag: It’s Time For Gay 3.0 – The updated app encourages singles to consider potential matches from all walks of life with integrated video chat.
  6. ManyMe.com Provides Added Protection for Users of Dating Sites – The free service offers enhanced protection against data breaches, hackers and spam messages.
  7. Leading Transgender Dating Site Announces Quick Match – TransgenderDate members can now let another user know they’re interested by sending a notification with one click.
  8. There’s Now An App For Hooking Up In Airports – App in the Air tracks flight and airport information, as well as letting passengers on the same flight message one another.