AARP - Ed Baig is the former tech editor at USA Today and is now at AARP. He asked me for a non-conventional 'social' alternative to dating apps for seniors, and I suggested Meetup. Here's the excerpt from a list of 50 recommended apps.
Meetup lets you mingle with people who share your interests and can match you with 300k groups and 100k weekly events. You can find a nearby book club, hiking group or someone you want to spend more time with. "This is a great place to meet like minds outside the explicit context of dating," says CEO Mark Brooks of Courtland Brooks, who consults with dating services. "Then count on serendipity and put some effort into meeting new friends through the friends you just met by inviting them out to your own group events."
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