Weepo could land you a date at the club, but a Bentley parked out front still ought to do a better job.So here's how Weepo works. You tell the app what which club you're hitting tonight. It will show you potential matches heading towards the same place. Then, the user swipes (left for 'no', right for 'yes', you know the drill) or hits the dedicated buttons. Matched users can start chatting and potentially meet face-to-face as they're either already present, or soon to be at the place. The app seems to be popular among the college crowd in New York, displaying users at popular Big Apple establishments like Marquee, Webster Hall and 49 Grove. It also projects a gender ratio for bars, clubs, and lounges, showing the percentage of girls and guys that checked into a place. This can help you decide whether you'll head there or not.
Originally launched in Israel, Weepo gathered 30,000 users in less than three weeks, but alas, the 2014 Israel – Gaza conflict stopped its momentum. Now on American soil, the app certainly has the potential to become the clubgoer's alternative to Tinder, although it does take extra novely to succeed on the crowded dating app marketplace. Should you feel like tring it out, you can download Weepo from the Apple App Store – it's completely free.