Forget the traditional dinner and drinks combo. Take this opportunity to get to know your date while doing something fun, potentially active and invigorating.
Jabo is now available in New York! Our members have already been notified and we’ve had one of our best weeks in referrals and signups! If you’re in New York, let us know what you think of Jabo by leaving us feedback in Apple’s App Store! Time for some fun activities!
Jabo is now available in the Apple App Store with the release of their iPhone app for beta testing. During the beta, the ability to browse is only available to anyone in the South Florida area. Click here to download the app.
Sometimes you feel like doing something different than dinner and a movie. Sometimes you want to do something on your first date that illustrates your ideal lifestyle. To help you plan your next date, Jabo, the activity dating app that finds your ideal activity partner, has put together a list of date ideas you can do in the Miami area that involve physical activity:
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If you are a frequent user of dating apps, you’ll understand the concept of a match. For those who don’t know, a match occurs when two people like each other. If you like someone and they don’t like you back, however, but instead they elect to ‘Dislike’ your profile, then you would never know. In most dating apps, the matchmaking feature is anonymous, allowing you to be blissfully unaware when someone doesn’t reciprocate your attraction. That’s great. Out of sight, out of mind. But what happens when you come across a profile that you like so much that you want