MeetMindful - Online Dating

MeetMindful - Online Dating

By MeetMindful

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2015-06-06
  • Current Version: 1.18.1
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 35.12 MB
  • Developer: MeetMindful
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 2.5
2.5
From 380 Ratings

Description

We believe intimate, nourishing connections lead to a more fulfilling and healthy life. Spark meaningful connections every day with MeetMindful. We’re not just a conscious dating app, we’re the relationship app for mindful people who want to live their happiest, healthiest lives through personal growth, mindfulness practices, healthy living, and conscious communication. Whether you’re ready for genuine partnership or you’re more interested in taking it slow and meeting like-minded friends to grab coffee or hike with on the weekend, you’re in the right place. *Skip the Scan & Swipe* Get to know up to 10 potential matches daily with profiles featuring thoughtful questions like, “How does personal development show up in your life?” and “What are you most passionate about?” *Get Personal* Find someone who strikes your fancy? Ask them for more detail with a single click, or chat for free if the interest is mutual. Chatting with your matches is always free, so if you like a member, and they like you, it’s on! *Take it to the Next Level with Premium Membership* Seeking something more? Premium members enjoy unlimited daily profiles and likes, and they can see who’s liked their profile. With premium membership, you can chat with anyone on site, even if they haven’t noticed and liked your profile yet. You’ll have access to advanced matching filters, priority support, and more when you upgrade to premium membership. Our promise to you: We are committed to monitoring our community for spam or fake accounts, and we never rely on distracting ads or shady privacy policies. We are here to help you make the connections you deserve, not sell your data. Please visit our Help Center, Privacy Policy, and Terms of Use pages for more information: Help Center: https://app.meetmindful.com/settings/help Privacy Policy: https://app.meetmindful.com/settings/privacy Terms: https://app.meetmindful.com/settings/terms Premium memberships are available as one-, three-, six-, and 12-month automatically renewing subscriptions. Payment will be charged to your iTunes account when you confirm your purchase, and your subscription automatically renews unless you turn off auto-renewal at least 48 hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal at the same price within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. *To disable auto-renewal at any time, visit your Apple ID subscription settings after purchase.

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Reviews

  • good idea but..

    1
    By Fr1endz4evr
    first it’s paid, and beyond the two first days, it’s useless without becoming a member. second, while it is a good idea, it is occupied by all the same people on other sites. sure more people are mindful, but most people are just the mainstream people who think they’ve found a cool app. third, I believe the male/female ratio is as bad here as everywhere else... EDIT: I deleted the app. It wasn’t possible to like the profile I was on anymore, only a report, block or message button. message button wanted money. total waste of time. removed.
  • App you logs out

    1
    By mtina44
    App logs you out all the time. You have to input password and login over and over again.
  • Disappointing

    1
    By Mel in NYC
    The app freezes constantly and I have to close it after every viewing. The new free version is absolutely useless by “choosing” only 10 profiles to be viewed at a time. Incredibly disappointed that an app allegedly designed to help mindful people connect turned out to just be a way to generate cash.
  • Glitchy

    2
    By LNS1213
    I really want to love this app! It’s exactly what I’m looking for. But it’s so so so glitchy and makes the experience a lot less enjoyable.
  • Could be better

    2
    By kshaisoleil
    I loved the concept of this and was very excited to start using this app. I just thought you had to match before you were able to chat - maybe I’m wrong. But I was constantly receiving messages from people I did not “like” that were FAR out of the age preferences I set which made me feel uncomfortable. I wish you had to match before being able to chat.
  • Bait and switch?

    1
    By RonOHono
    This app started out okay. But after a couple of weeks or so, I stopped getting any matches. It's been several days and I've gotten ZERO matches. It seems to want me to subscribe to continue using this app yet I don't see anything that clearly says "subscribe to receive more matches." It feels like a bait & switch.
  • Does the opposite of what it intends.

    2
    By Overpanic
    So I had high hopes when I was first advertised to by this app, and downloaded it with the hope that it would help connect me to a pool of like-minded people to date. However, the app designers have crippled their own interface, not learning the lessons from other dating apps which have come before them, which severely limits the usefulness of this app. Here’s the big issue: you only get to see 10 profiles a day, and of those, you only get to like 3 of them. I get their thought process of why they’ve limited the functionality to the above - they want people to use this app more conscientiously than other dating apps, taking the time to really read the profiles and get to know the people before deciding which way to swipe. The issue is that they haven’t taken into account how actual human behavior works. Here’s why: 1) If you only had 10 profiles to look at per day, you might take more time to look through them. However, this app doesn’t exist in a vacuum - it exists in a world where there are other free dating apps. So as soon as you’re done with the 10 profiles in this app, you have all the other profiles in other apps to look through. This means that the users of this app aren’t limited to seeing 10 profiles a day; they can see hundreds or thousands. So no one is going to pay these 10 profiles any more attention than they’re going to pay the profiles in the other apps. 2) Only being able to like 3 profiles limits your dating options. There’s some game theory involved here, but the biggest issue is that you don’t get to see the 10 daily profiles before you choose who to match with; you have to make an irrevocable yes/no decision as you go through the list. Which means that almost every time you use the app, you’re going to regret the decisions you’ve made, because the odds of choosing the 3/10 people you like the most on the first pass, without being able to see all 10 people first, is quite small. 3) There’s very little interaction with this app on a daily basis. Because of the above, once you’re done with the 10 profiles & 3 likes, unless you’ve got a match there’s really nothing this app does for you for the rest of the day. In addition, because each person can only match with 3 people at most per day, the odds of you actually matching with someone is orders of magnitude lower than on another app. So you never really get that dopamine rush that keeps you coming back and actually using this app, which lowers the number of active users even further. In essence, what the developers tried to accomplish was to try and get people to slow down and actually read the user profiles before deciding who they like on the app. But in reality, the severe restrictions on how many profiles you can see and like per day lead to a FOMO that prevents you from doing that at all, since liking a profile you find interesting and moderately attractive could potentially prevent you from liking the profile of someone you’re extremely attracted to; what ends up happening as a result is you stop reading profiles, and only swipe right on the hottest profile pictures to avoid regretting the decisions you made. The developers really need to go back to the drawing board and really think about how the human psyche works, instead of creating an app for how they wish the human psyche worked.
  • Highly recommend

    5
    By M. E,
    Amazing app. So new and thoughtful, great concept. Not to mention, the best, most helpful and kind customer service.
  • Fabulous concept but needs work.

    3
    By Izzy Sosa
    I’ve tried apps like Tinder and POF and have gone on dates on both, but you don’t get as meaningful of a scoop into the other persons core beliefs, values, goals, ideals, morals, dreams, or aspirations like you would on this app. It is definitely 100% NOT a hookup app. The most powerful and important part of this app and dating site is the profile set up. I would like to warn new users, however, that it will take about 20 minutes out of your schedule to fully and effectively fill out the profile. Not everyone has that kind of time but I believe it’s worth it if you’re truly wanting to make a deep and personal connection with somebody. I highly encourage it actually, as I get a feeling a quarter or half of the people that signed on to this thought it would be another interesting simple dating app and put hardly anything on their profile. How are you suppose to make a meaningful connection this way? I would also like to inform the new users that the way this app works is by giving you 10 profiles to see a day, and you can “like” a maximum of three per day. Here’s the catch, at the moment the app is a little glitchy, but from what I can understand is that you can’t move on to see the profile of the next person until you like or dismiss them, kinda like tinder, which was a little scary for me because what if the first guy that pops up is the best pick out of ten I’m looking through today? How would I know if I don’t like or dismiss him? You also can’t unlike them once you’ve “liked” them so, what if he’s a guy in the beginning of my 10 list of guys and I THINK I like him, I “like” two other more guys, and then I realize that there is a much more interesting guy closer to the end of my 10 guy batch that I like more than the guy I “liked” in the beginning of my batch and I want to like him instead? Well I can’t like him because I’ve reached my maximum “likes” of the day, so there goes a possible connection I could have had. (Happened to me my very first day). You also can’t message them unless both of you like each other or one of you is premium. The messaging board needs work too. As of right now I believe you can only type or text. There’s no way of inserting interesting ice breaker gifs or anything yet. Every day is a new batch of 10 profiles. You have the option to choose your preference of guy, girl, both (or binary), or transgender. I like how every time you dismiss a profile there’s a little pause in between each one essentially reminding you to take a breather. I also like that if someone else likes you they kinda alert you of how many people have, tease you to switch to premium to feed your impatience, and reward you for being patient by having at least one of the people who liked you show up in your fresh batch of ten the very next day, with a little heart indicating they were the ones that liked you. I imagine it’s the same way on the other end. I like the slick minimalistic design and relatively easy to use interface. I love the concept of building an app around being mindful, and I think these developers are on the right track.
  • Asks too much...

    1
    By maker97
    You have to spend ten mins creating a profile. I deleted 21% into it. I know this because after 6 pages of questions I was only 21% complete.

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