Are you tired of swiping left and right on generic dating apps, looking for someone who shares your love for literature?
Well, look no further than Klerb the new social app that connects readers based on their literary preferences. Think of it as “Tinder for bookworms” (yeah, we know it’s been said before).
Klerb is currently in early beta, but its mission is simple: to provide a free meet-up platform for like-minded readers.
The app uses an algorithm to match people with similar reading tastes or those who have recently read the same book. From there, Klerb creates themed events centered around these shared interests.
As someone who loves books, I find this concept incredibly exciting. It’s like having a personal matchmaking service explicitly tailored to my favorite pastime.
And what better way to connect with others than over a shared passion?
But let’s be clear: Klerb isn’t trying to be another hookup app disguised as a literary club.
Developer Abe Winter has stated that the focus is purely on creating connections between people with academic interests – though he does admit that romance could potentially blossom from these meetups.
So how does it work exactly? Let me break it down:
How Klerb Works
Step 1: Download the App
Klerb can be downloaded via the Apple Store or Android app marketplaces.
Step 2: Create your profile
Like any social networking site worth its salt nowadays, users will have start by setting up an account and putting together their profile page so other users can get matched easily with them!
Be sure to utilize tagging categories such as your favorite author(s) and genre(s).
Users can add whatever books they’ve read in recent months or years it provides more specifics compared just saying you’re a thriller fan or science fiction enthusiast.
Step 3: Swipe on potential matches
Once your account is set up, users can begin using the app’s algorithm to find “matches” who share similar tastes.
Just like swipe-based dating apps, Klerb allows users to swipe right (Yes) when they match with someone’s reading preferences and left if not interested.
Step 4: Meetup with Which Ever Match Interests You
Klerb setting groups that meet each other exclusively around links two people made over mutually enjoyed books in their libraries.
After they’ve been matched, users both need to “match” each other before proceeding further, so really only serious readers will participate.
Obviously, It isn’t just about finding a romantic partner; Klerb is intended for all types of literary connections and fosters events meeting different people within your geographical area as well.
They offer discussion sessions shaped by members’ texts at coffee shops and bookstores, exclusive discounts when walking whenever books become included!
But let’s say this new social concept does interest you from our intro. Here are some reasons why we believe that Klerb might be better than regular Tinder:
Why choose Klerb over Generic Dating Apps?
Expand Your Reading Horizon Organically
Let’s face it, finding someone whoshares similar interestson those generic mainstream dating apps can eat up hours.
You might find yourself swiping through endless piles of profiles without any certainty of getting further than exchanging likes.
But with matching based on actual characters, plots, and literary themes, you’re not just speaking as faceless profiles.
This approach is more likely to allow for instant common ground in conversations during meetups. It makes the experience less daunting than picking restaurants for first dates.
Curate Social Experiences Built Around Books
Traditional cocktail bars or noisy clubs sometimes feel too superficial for genuine conversations. They may not offer the depth and engagement some seek in good company.
Instead of just hanging out, participants at Klerb’s receive access to unique social events.
These are sparkling opportunities where literary interests unite attendees, fostering an environment for true, meaningful relationships.
All of this is made possible because of the shared love for good stories.
Broaden Your Social Circle
Klerb particularly benefits newcomers in town or those seeking experiences beyond the usual crowd.
By connecting individuals with shared interests within a ten-mile radius, Klerb facilitates the expansion of one’s social circle.
It integrates unique activities into daily routines, such as dance classes hosted alongside discussions with authors. A mutual appreciation for books fosters all of these connections!
These are just some examples off-hand why I think a book-centric matchmaking app could be the future of dating (and friendships).
Of course, there are downsides, like not having many other members signed up but it’s worth giving this one try if you feel passionate about reading just as much as me!
Klerb has already started exceeding expectations it’s received high reviews and feedback from users who’ve tried matches before in-book club settings, which makes us sure we’ll see more literary connections occur thanks to this intelligent use of technology brings people closer to real-world experiences rooted in literature first rather superficial adult dates centered around meaningless small talk.