New Tinder-Style App Developed for Vegan Dating

Swiping left just became totally cruelty-free!

Dating application Veg recently launched in the Apple App store to help vegans find love. The app is modeled after Tinder and includes similar features, such as the ability to swipe right if you like a potential match and swipe left if you do not. The free app also features messaging and photo-sharing capabilities, recipe-swapping, and the option to block and report users. Veg was developed to connect vegans—and those aspiring to adopt a cruelty-free lifestyle—around the world. Digital platforms that serve the vegan community are slowly starting to emerge, as evidenced by the recent launch of UK-based vegan social networking site Bohemian Hippy.

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