Dating app only active on a Thursday raises £2.5mln from investors

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The app was launched in a crowded market, competing with giants such as Bumble and Tinder, but as COVID-19 restrictions end and singles are let out their homes there may be space for all Thursday, a dating app only active once a week, has raised £2.5mln from investors. With many people finding the online scene overwhelming, the London-based start-up looks to “cut the crap” by effectively shutting off six out of seven days so people can focus on other aspects of their lives. READ: Bumble closes for a week to help employees with workplace stress It opens at 00.01 and shuts 24 hours later, with matches and conversations disappearing from the app, so users need to act quickly. They are connected to people in their area but can only match ten people per day to avoid ‘liking’ everyone to boost their chances. “It’s a fact: people are spending too much time on dating apps,” it says on its website. “Not only is the whole experience underwhelming, but pressure to
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