Dating is hard for everyone across lifestyles; that’s why there are myriad services to help singles find romantic prospects with similar interests.We’ve seen dating sites for Jewish people, farmers, kinky folks, and even white people.Every time someone swipes right on my profile, a "Chat Request" appears in my inbox, allowing me to connect directly with people who already like me.
High There is slicker: a close approximation of successful mainstream dating apps.
It has bright colors, cute graphics, the same pleasing swiping mechanism as Tinder.
High There also cashes in on the simplicity that distinguishes Tinder from algorithmic sites like OKCupid: just input a first name and a photo, and you've built a profile.
Although with High There, you first have to specify whether you prefer smoking, vaping, edibles, or "it's all good." High There users' implicit common ground lessens the pressure to build connections from scratch.
blue dreamin," and, "Hope there's a good buzz out there for you today." Exchanges are bland and friendly; loose conversations drifting in and out without urgency.
After playing around on the app before bed, I go to sleep pleasantly surprised that—unlike during my brief dalliance with Tinder—no one has asked me to sit on their face.
He tells me he's actually met up with a couple people from High There, "and had a few interesting cyphers with strangers." I confess I'm writing a piece about the app and Connor offers to let me interview him.
"If you want to come over this weekend, get stoned, watch a few stupid movies I'd be willing to be a 'frequent' user of the app," he writes.
But things really took off when we launched our JOINTS newsfeed which we added to our navigation menu in March. We have some really great features and updates coming out over the next few months and we are exciting to bring those updates to our community and beyond.