Like dating apps, Peanut uses a swiping mechanism to connect potential friends – a swipe up will give the other mom a wave, and a swipe down lets you skip their profile.
But instead of playing the hot-or-not game, as on Tinder, Peanut focuses on helping users find others with shared interests.
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Being a new parent can become an isolating experience, where you’re thrust into a world of playdates over happy hours – a change that can lead to dwindling time spent with friends who share a different schedule and set of priorities.
Yes, it’s sort of like a Tinder for mom friendships.
The comparison is apt, given that one of Peanut’s co-founders, Michelle Kennedy, has a wealth of experience from the world of dating apps.
It also displays the age of the children, so you can work to find playdates.Kennedy, meanwhile, is based in London, and the company also has staff in New York.An App For Friendships Using an app to make friends is something major dating apps are now trying to expand into, including with Bumble’s BFF feature and Tinder Social.Kennedy spent six years at online dating company Badoo, where she worked as General Council and later deputy CEO.She also was involved with the creation of dating app, Bumble – where Badoo is a – advising Bumble founder Whitney Wolfe, and serving on Bumble’s board.Then I presented some fall paint colors and corks of different sizes to paint with.