What is Dindr?
Dindr is the first same-day dating app to leverage timed matchmaking, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning to arrange on-demand dates for amazing people in real-time.
- Dindr features matchmaking rounds each day creating efficiency, bringing people online to match and plan at the same time (think HQ Trivia).
- Dindr leverages AI & location info to better suggest date spots and times; planning the first date becomes fun and easy, instead of a headache.
- Dindr sets you up with one high-chance match per round, making it easy to focus on the person you’re going to meet. Swiping is a thing of the past.
People who use Dindr spend less time chatting with flakes and ghosts, and more time out on amazing dates making memories, face-to-face.
- Founded: September 2016
- Employees: 4
- Headquarters: Austin, TX
- New York City
- Users: Ask us!
- Matches: Ask us!
- Dates: Ask us!
Passionate about product
Co-founder, CEO, Product Design
Zach is the creator and creative force behind Dindr. He graduated from Lehigh University with a degree in business and economics and has worked for companies including IBM, Noble Group, and Tricon Energy. He is a food photographer and blogger, working with multiple restaurants in Texas. In his spare time, you can find Zach cycling, exploring nature, or eating BBQ.
Adam leads operations and growth with over 6 years of technology sales and project management experience, consulting for Infosys at Fortune 500s including BP, BHP Billiton, T-Mobile, & Metro PCS. He previously founded EDUSquared, a platform providing a free college planning education to high-school students across the nation.
Bryan leads software development with over 15 years of experience successfully leading engineering teams for globally deployed products at companies like Newgistics, Teletrac, LA Fitness, and Veritone (IPO, 2017). He previously founded Code.us, a successful software development consultancy, working with clients across multiple sectors.
Lead Front-end Developer
Evan leads front-end development with 3 years of programming and front-end design experience, working with companies including The New York Times. Evan previously founded a digital design, marketing, and software development services company. He has won multiple entrepreneurship awards and the ACM Programming Competition while at Rhodes College.