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.
It lets users search and browse profiles, send ‘heartbeats’ to members that intrigue them, and more.
Users can upgrade their membership via in-app purchase for .99 per month, to read unlimited messages and chat with other Apple fans.
But it’s open at your convenience, folks are from around the world, and it’s less awkward to talk to someone.“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.Social networking services have exploded over the past couple of years, and as the market becomes more saturated, apps are striving to differentiate their services.From dating sites to social networks for doctors, start-ups have battled to find a niche -- and this is where sports apps are hoping to succeed.Former Merill Lynch trader, Agustin Gonzalez, is the founder of Paranoid Fan, an app that connects you with other fans of your team in the same area.