Dine Dating App

Dine Dating App

By Mrk & Co

  • Category: Social Networking
  • Release Date: 2016-03-09
  • Current Version: 1.2.15
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 84.52 MB
  • Developer: Mrk & Co
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 584 Ratings


• “Best New App” - Apple App Store • “Feel much less nebulous than chatting on Tinder” - Business Insider • "It's perfect for foodies looking for a partner with similar taste buds." - Refinery29 • “Match to that first dinner or drinks date as quickly as possible.” - Venture Beat • "Dine is all about skipping the "funny business" and hitting restaurants, bars and cafés with the people you like." - PhoneArena Dine allows you to meet people who are interested in going on an ACTUAL date! Matching with locals and having dead end conversations over the internet gets old so how about skipping the funny business and going on real dates at restaurants, bars and cafés near you? It’s time for you to get out and meet with people you like. We designed Dine to solve a major issue we found amongst existing dating services. While all of these services allow people to mutually like each other and then start talking, there's a big problem: all that hassle leads to an actual date only a fraction of the time! That means liking 100s of users just to go on a single date! Plus, it’s been shown that the average time it takes from first greeting to first date is usually around two full weeks. That’s where Dine comes in. For those of you who want to message hundreds of users, you might want to find another service. On the other hand this is the perfect app if you want to easily meet people you are interested in over a good food and drinks. ■Dine Gold Upgrade to Dine Gold the best and most efficient Dine experience. With Dine Gold you can enjoy unlimited messaging and some special features. Dine Gold price starts at $29.99 USD/month. Please note that with all premium subscriptions: Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current one, three or six month periods. Auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user’s iTunes Account Settings after purchase. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. Privacy Policy: https://gour-meet-prod.appspot.com/static/about/privacy_policy.html Term of Use: https://gour-meet-prod.appspot.com/static/about/term_of_use.html



  • Beware of fake matches

    By Marclovesandroid
    Bunch of fake reviews posted this week all 5 stars 1/15/2018 2/16 The dev is matching you with people that doesn’t even use the site. His targeting me because I used to pay. Tricking me into paying again. I messaged my match on fb she said she has no idea about dine and she’s not even single. So be careful the app is useless Also they have fake matched. I matched with a cute girl so I fell on the trap and paid I found out she never used the app and her account was used by mistake The coins only 10 for 27 Dollars The gold version is expensive too and it’s 67. dollars for a month and it doesn’t even give to you anything for your money I think gold should allow us to use the whole site like tinder Sadly I’m going to stop spending money on this unless you guys change it Please do something since I do love the site better than tinder

    By HuffPost
    Here is another one of those apps/websites where you need to pay an ungodly amount of money (for what it does) for a prolonged period of time (locked in for at least 6 months) just to be able to message other members. If it was truly that good, why would you spend that much for that long with a company you don’t know that can’t guarantee results. Just saying. Also, their programing is crazy buggy.
  • $65 to send a message?

    By Vicz007
    Best idea ever to charge $65 to send a message. Dine’s product managers are top tier. I definitely would hire them if I was looking for abysmal ideas Ignore most of the one line 5 Star reviews. They are fake reviews either paid off or by the employees themselves
  • Lot of fake profiles

    By Sumithusky
    Seems like this app logic goes like: Recruit girls who want free dinner on weekend and some bucks for every guy you met. Girls had Facebook profile but none of them wanted to talk. Seems like either spam or dine app employees managing multiple accounts. Don’t go for this junk app Save bucks and invest in strip club instead 😆
  • Worst, overpriced app on the market

    By OrgandBlkMan
    First the app gave you 500 roses and you needed to use ALL 500 to start a conversation. You couldn’t save over 500 so you couldn’t have anything as backup in case, you know, someone you messaged totally ghosted you. Now it requires one member to be gold for ANY communication to occur. So much potential. But the developers have obviously become money grabbers; and they made the price insanely expensive so there’s no point of even a trial run. Just look at all these one star ratings. Get the hint! P.S. Anyone know if there’s a way to report all these completely FAKE 5 star ratings. All complete obvious one liners paid off by the developers.
  • Best

    By FreemanMaria276
    I have tried may dating apps, this one proved to be a winner!
  • Satisfactory

    By ThomasAnthony243
    I like the idea, really cool to dine and date with your match
  • Good

    By DaviesAudrey
    The interface needs better design, the app does a good job in finding a match
  • So much fun

    By Elliscorey233
    Wow, I like the concept of dining and dating at the same time. Really good
  • Highly recommend this app

    By Thomas Sonander 971
    Once you get a match, simply ask them to dine and go for a date. It's that easy