Want to meet a VR companion or lover on the #1 VR dating app for the metaverse? Want a much-needed break from the suffocating limitations of ‘looks-first’ dating? Want to connect soul-to-soul with interesting people from every corner of the earth?
You can. With Nevermet.
Over 100,000 users and
1+ million relationships to date
On our first date, CC and I met on a floating platform suspended in the middle of a distant galaxy. As with much space travel, we experienced a few technical difficulties…I had matched with CC a week earlier on Nevermet.
In the virtual reality dating scene, your avatar can be anything that reflects your personality and interests — including animals, pop culture icons, or robots. The possibilities are limitless, and VR dating is a safe and fun way for people to experiment with their sexuality or gender identity.
Metaverse matchmakers are the antidote to appearance-driven apps like Tinder and OkCupid…On these apps, you are judging someone in milliseconds based on the shape of their nose, or whether they have a Sports Illustrated body or not. In VR, it’s quite the opposite—substance steals looks’ thunder.
I love how VR is becoming a middle ground for online couples that can’t be together physically but don’t exactly want to be stuck behind the walls of a text.
Avatar-based dating is becoming more and more popular, with many new companies emerging that specialize in this service, such as Nevermet. This fast-growing avatar-based service allows users to match with other VR fans and then meet up anywhere in the metaverse.
Instead of uploading a photo of yourself, you use your metaverse avatar: a chill guy with spiky hair and a tie-dye sweatshirt, a busty woman in red latex fetish gear…If two people like each other’s avatars, they get an alert and can start chatting on the app. From there, they can make plans to meet up in a metaverse of their choosing. “We want to enable limitless relationships”
Top Story with Tom Llamas
Nevermet CEO Cam Mullen joins @LlamasNBC to explain exactly how dating using virtual reality works.