WHO ARE WE?
We are more than a dating app. Meet IRL (in real life)
We are a private global community with common standards. We are not for everyone, we are here for those who are ready to meet their other half in a modern and modest way. We believe in personalized matches tailored just for you – we are not just an app, we believe in real life (IRL) experiences, exclusive events!
WHY WE ARE DIFFERENT
Our goal is to help down-to-earth and ambitious people meet each other – we are not just an app, we offer exclusive, private IRL experience.
As a private, global community our goal is to bring ambitious, down-to-earth people who have the same fundamental beliefs together. This is a community that doesn't care about instagram followers. We recommend you share your resume/cv or LinkedIn profile so we can learn more about your ambitions and goals. Learn more about our Guidelines.
1:1 MATCHMAKERS - 100% TRANSPARENT
We use encrypted technology to keep your profile completely secure. This secure and transparent system allows you to access your own data and delete it at any time. We verify all of our members!
Finding the ONE always feels right when your circle approves. We let you invite your single and non-single friends to your circle to help you find the ONE.
Exclusive Members -Only Access
We’re rolling out our upcoming 2022 roster of events so when they ask where you met, you can say “IRL” (and it will actually be true).
Our ultimate goal is to create fun and immersive experiences for our community members to meet their soul-mate outside of a cringe-worthy, awkward, online dating app experience
DOWNLOAD NIM APP TODAY!
We are a private, members-only dating app that offers IRL experiences. Submit your profile today to be accepted. We are available in certain parts of the world. We’re still growing, and we hope to be available in your neighborhood soon!
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