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Saha tells Tech Crunch that’s intentional, to filter out rubberneckers.“We reckon if people are prepared to pay for the app, they are going to be more serious about using it — so that was the real reason behind charging.” It’s still very early days for Antidate, with few users on board as yet to flesh out the experience.


To combat this, modern daters are looking to the very technology that got them here for a solution: apps.

As dating apps prevail, so too do apps that help with the mess that modern, tech-ified dating leaves behind.

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The dating app space is cooking nicely, fueled by the ever-rising profile of swipe-to-like darling Tinder.

“When we first talked about a dating app, Tinder hadn’t launched and the only mobile dating apps we knew about were the gay ones like Grindr.

We knew girls wouldn’t want to be viewable on a map so came up with the idea of an asymmetric experience for guys and girls,” says co-founder Mo Saha.The app discourages users from contacting an ex, offering “all of the tools and techniques (and lots of lectures – cute!) to deal with all of the stages of your break-up, and just as you need them: in your phone, as you’re about to call your ex/have another shot of Tequila.” And Rx Breakup offers a 30-day program that “rolls clinical expertise into a smart, stylish guide for moving on in the digital age.” At a time when the negative effects of technology on emotional and mental states seem inescapable, these apps are offering an optimistic alternative.In February 2019, Onward launched its new “breakup concierge” platform that aims to ease the stress of post-breakup life.“If you don’t have a strong social network and disposable income, [a breakup] is an incredibly derailing process,” said Onward cofounder and COO Mika Leonard.“We do everything else on our phones, why not do a little therapy on our phones, too? Breakup Boss creator Zoe Foster Blake agrees: “[Apps] can inspire you to exercise, meditate, eat and sleep better, heal your broken heart.

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