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Press release: 10/5/2016

Maple Match launches free iOS app.

Maple Match users in the US and Canada now have access to a free iOS app to meet their American Or Canadian sweetheart.

New York, November 5th, 2016:  More than 32,000 Americans and 11,000 Canadians have signed up for the Maple Match waitlist over the past few months, Maple Match is launching an iOS app on November 5th, 2016.

“Given the overwhelming response to Maple Match over the past few months, we knew that we needed to get something out before the election…just in case things don’t turn out favorably.” said Maple Match CEO, Joe Goldman. “One of the most interesting parts about Maple Match is that even though some people are focused on the election aspect of our branding, the vast majority simply want to meet someone on the other side of the border. Our users are frustrated with their dating options and we really want to make a difference for them.”

Maple Match, unlike other dating apps like Tinder, Match, and OkCupid, utilizes a swipe-free environment where users are matched based on firm dating criteria better known as “dealbreakers.” “We believe in dating smarter, so we ask the hard questions in our surveys, so you don’t have to on a first date,” said Goldman. 

“We have received hundreds of requests from users for web-based and Android version of Maple Match, and we are hard at work making Maple Match accessible to more users as soon as we can,” Goldman said regarding Maple Match for future platforms.

Maple Match will also be throwing its first real-world dating event, “Maple Match LIVE NYC” at District Social in Manhattan at 8pm on Saturday, November 5th, 2016. At the time of writing, the event is nearly at capacity with more than 300 registered attendees and very limited VIP tickets are still available.

Maple Match is an online dating platform that connects Canadians with Americans for dating.

Press contact: media@maplematch.com