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Good example of starting small and simple and consistently fighting for success.In 2015 they've won "Best Dating Software" nomination at i Date awards. It may not necessarily mean much - it's a "club-voting" competition where you can do well if you have enough i Date-friends, but hey - they did win it!So, wanna-be dating site operators are a dying breed and there's less and less activity on supply side either. What seems old and tired for one million of potential clients may seem new and exciting for another million.People just don't have that "Oh, I gotta launch my own dating site" idea pop up in their mind as often as in early 2000s. Now social apps are in fashion, but they typically need a supporting site anyway.
That one was persistent and tarred their reputation quite a bit.
So, mobile dating software is the new darling term.
Providers followed by coupling their CMSs with mobile apps, generally i OS and Android, or by offering mobile-friendly web templates.
Then think about how YOU could make them work for your idea. These Russian guys from Yoshkar-Ola have been around for as long as I can remember.
No matter what you ask the vendor they are going to convince you that their software is a perfect fit. Custom services create huge workload for developers and they always skimp on non-generic tech support. (PG stands for "Pilot Group", not "Parental Guidance").