Once Tops Two Million Users

London, 08 July 2016: Once, the innovative new dating app, is pleased to announce it has surpassed the two million user milestone within its first six months since UK launch.

Jean Meyer, CEO and founder at Once commented on the milestone: “The fact that we now have over two million people - actively seeking meaningful relationships every day - is an exceedingly proud moment for the entire Once team. People often ask me why I work in digital dating… well the answer to that question is really very simple; we make love happen. That’s a pretty cool thing to do.”

Once is unique because it uses a combination of real human matchmakers combined with innovative digital technologies to pair would-be-lovers. It offers people looking for a meaningful relationship a private, credible, secure and safe alternative to the array of swipe-to-like ‘hook up’ apps.

The app has received a huge amount of positive media exposure globally - including rave reviews in national and lifestyle press, since it launched fully at the beginning of 2016. Once is available on iOS and Android in seven languages and has users worldwide including in; France, Switzerland, Germany, Brazil, U.S, Ireland, Mexico and the UK.

The company has recently gone through its second round of seed funding and has successfully secured investment for its continued growth. Once will be revealing a new range of features in the autumn – which form part of the company’s strategy to become the highest-quality and most trusted dating app available worldwide.

About Once Launched in October 2015 (2016 in the UK), Once is a slow dating app that focuses on quality over quantity by picking the perfect matches for you every day at noon! With more than six million users in seven countries, and nine million dollars raised to date, Once is the clear leader of serious mobile dating in Europe. Because finding true love takes time, Once offers meaningful matches in a world of countless swipes.

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