CNBC - Some singles, sick of swiping, are going back to matchmakers. There's an emerging crop of apps looking to bring matchmaking to a new generation, mixing old methods with modern technology. One newcomer is Lox Club, a members-only dating app founded in 2020 by CEO Austin Kevitch. Lox Club charges $96 for 12 months. The company offers access to matchmakers, who can set users up with one another or give feedback on the person's profile. Another company is Ambyr Club. Ambyr, launched late last year, hosts two to three events a month at trendy locations for a select group of 10 men and 10 women. Ambyr pairs the 20 people based on who they think would be a good fit. All members have gone through an interview and background check. Applicants pay a $60 application fee and $150 for each event, if they're chosen. Ambyr says it has a 15% acceptance rate and ~200 members in its database. In November, Match.com introduced a human matchmaking element to its dating service. For $4.99 per week, Match employees will flag two profiles a week in an effort to narrow down the options.