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App sends potential couples on virtual travel dates

A San Francisco start up is helping singletons go on virtual travel dates.

The Fairytrail app wants to help single people connect through their love of travel and has created a paid-for dating app, which allows you to match to others based on your selection of destination.

A blog post, penned by Taige Zhang, the founder of Fairytrail, reads: "That's why we're building Fairytrail. We are building an app to help single people meet their partners. We are building an app for people who want to embrace what the world has to offer ... Our simple mission is to help people explore the world with someone they like. Life is short, so we don't think it should be wasted doing the ordinary. Nothing is better than being on a journey with someone you love. Make life and dating special and memorable. Choose experiences that make you feel alive. Life holds amazing possibilities. We're here to help you discover those through new people and world exploration. Fairytrail is the future of dating. And if we can unite the world along the way by creating caring relationships across countries, creeds, cultures, races, and classes that is something to truly be excited about."

Fairytrail is available on the App Store and the Google Play Store.

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