Ever fancy a beer before a soccer game, or want to play a sport but have nobody to do it with?Well a bunch of apps are popping up to try and solve this problem, with one even calling itself a "Tinder-style" sports app.“I heard a story of a girl on a date who said she supported Trump and the guy got up and walked out, leaving her with the bill,” says David Goss, co-founder of Trump “After that, everything goes awry.” Goss, 35, an associate producer on the Syfy reality television show Face Off, put the finishing touches to the site on May 16.Apps like Meerkat, Snapchat - they are not networks in the classical sense, but utilities people use when the need arises.That's what we are." Of course, people could use the likes of Facebook to do similar things, but analysts said that the popularity of sport meant that developing a dedicated app was a smart move. The question is is whether they can get traction and build a big enough audience to make it work and come up with a viable business model," Ian Maude, online media analyst at Enders Analysis, told CNBC by phone.
While the term technically encompasses any group of kids coming together to talk about Transformers in a sandbox, it is commonly used to refer to the people from college-age and up who participate in the online fandom.
When politics come up on a first date, the night can end abruptly.
A new dating site aims to solve that problem, at least for supporters of the presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
You have to wonder what took them so long, but at least they’re in time for next Valentine’s Day.
The application, which you can download here, is free and pitched as a “Mac-inspired dating app designed exclusively for fans of Apple products”.