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Klique Wants You to Meet Your Match This Valentine’s Day

17 Jan 2017

Klique launches new one-on-one matching update that gives individuals and groups a fun and safe way to make new love connections or friends.

MIAMI, FL  – Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Klique, the app that brought you a first-of-its-kind group networking platform, announces a new update that allows users to match individually, creating more opportunities to connect with and discover new people. The social discovery app is a fun way for people to expand their social circle whether looking for love or just a new friend by matching solo or with the added safety benefit of creating a Klique group to make new connections with their friends by their side.

“We wanted to give our users the ability to have even more fun on the Klique app by opening the door to more connections and opportunities to discover new people,” said Klique founder and CEO Matt Crown. By breaking down the barriers, users are no longer tied to one group, giving them the freedom to match individually while still having the option to invite their Klique along to any outing.”

Klique App

The Klique app now lets you meet new people and make new friends either individually or with your friends by your side, all in a fun and non-awkward setting. Klique is based on a ‘match and meet new people’ concept, so you have the advantage of swiping through local, nearby matches to chat or hang out with before meeting in person. After two people mutually swipe right on each other they are now able to chat one-on-one without starting a group chat with their Klique. The app’s simple user interface also includes the ability to swipe through a potential match’s photos directly from the main screen before swiping left or right. Along with the new update, Klique is expanding outside of Miami and is now available for iOS and Android users in the Orlando, New York City and Los Angeles area. Here’s how it works:

Step 1- Two-Second Sign Up: There is no lengthy signup process, no profiles or questionnaires to fill out. You just use your Facebook to verify your name, age, photo and gender.

Step 2- Let the Swiping Begin: It’s as simple as Match-Meet-Klique. Users can swipe right if they are interested in connecting and left if not. Once both users op-in and mutually swipe right on each other, it’s a match and push notifications are sent instantly.

Step 3- Start the Chat, Then Meet: After the individuals make a connection, a chat comes up where they can say hi, chat and text each other, share their mutual interests or set up a hang out or date.

Step 4- Invite your Klique Along: Users can still use Klique as a group meetup app and invite their friends into an individual chat to connect group-to-group. Just as before, each chat can host two groups of up to five users each. With the new update, users can add different groups of friends to different chats so you’re never locked into one group of friends on Klique.

 

About Klique: My Klique. Your Klique. We Klique.

Klique takes digital networking to the next level, integrating a group-based platform to help friends chat in a safer, more organic and comfortable setting. With Klique, individuals and groups of users are able to seamlessly select and organize group outings with the simple-to-use application. To learn more about Klique, visit Klique.com.

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Claire Rocawich

Max Borges Agency

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ClaireRocawich@maxborgesagency.com

 

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