Then when you see your matches, any shared interests are highlighted to make flipping through them faster.Cuddli uses GPS matching (just like Tinder and many other apps), but there is no pending list.So, realistically, they’re worth a shot but you should not expect immediate success.The Passions Network is a large web of online dating sites, each one focused on a particular point of interest.Right away, without creating an account, you can perform a Quick Search to browse through potential matches based on age, location, and distance. But for best results, you should create your own account.It’s free and allows others to contact you if you match their criteria. At any given moment, there are at least a few dozen other members online, which you can view using the Who’s Online feature.You also have to respond to existing match requests before you can start matching with new people.If you end up hitting it off with someone and want to make it official, the app can be switched into couples mode.
Once you sign up, select as many of your interests as you want as well as those you want your ideal match to have.
So why exactly do geeks need their own dating platform?
Pinguino Kolb, one of the app's founders, told that those who revel in fandom and comic culture don’t always have the easiest time on more mainstream apps like Tinder.
Other users, she says, “don’t understand the passion behind fandom or geekdom, and they can belittle it.” Cuddli is meant to be a space where you're rewarded for your love of Comic Con or gaming rather than ridiculed.
And there’s something about the dedication of the geek community that makes this seem far more likely to find an audience than some of the other more specific apps that have hit the market in the past few years.
Be sure to join various Groups, which are categorizations that highlight your gaming preferences. LFGDating, which is named after the Looking For Group party-finding acronym that’s so common in MMORPGs these days Creating an account is free.