The closest thing to being close.

An app designed to bear fruit

With (Free) video chat, 

virtually date - anywhere - on us.

Paird was inspired by a frustration with dating apps. 

We grew tired of watching our conversation pages fill up with chats that led nowhere.

We believe in keeping it real.
We are committed to being genuine.

paird provides an opportunity for potential partners to get to know one another (the real one another) before getting to the first date.

We’ve bridged the best of our competitors with a semi-social feed that is only populated with users who have shown mutual interest and “paird” with one another.

Many dating apps integrate Instagram into a dating profile. We love Instagram, but not every image or video we post
is ideal to attract a mate. 

By doing so, users discovering more about one another before getting face-to-face.

A semi-social feed

An illuminated blue avatar shows you who’s available for a video chat. You can only see who’s available for a video chat when you have indicated the same. The clock resets every morning so you will know in real time who is up for a video chat today

Let's video chat

What better way to get to know people from afar than by hearing their voice?

Have you ever sent a text that failed to convey the right tone?

We believe hearing someone’s voice offers a deeper glimpse into who they are, allowing pairs to further get to know each other before meeting

Voice note feature

Paird's (anti) Ghosting feature is a straightforward solution to one of the biggest problems in the dating app scene. 

Ghosting has become rampant due to low effort in post-match conversations.

The (anti) Ghosting feature gives the power to users by allowing them to decide in their settings the maximum time they would like a chat to be inactive before it disappears.

(anti) Ghosting feature

Inspired by behavioural science

Paird draws insights from behavioural science in findings ways to bring back the human element of online dating. 

Inspired by human science, paird's mission is simple: create a future of dating that is honest, authentic, and decent.

Recognized for their efforts to clean up the dating space during a live interview on BNN Bloomberg.

Paird was interviewed by Andrea Bain the host of the popular podcast Single Girl Problems.

Paird is recognized for their scientific approach to solving current problems with online human behaviours.

The closest thing to being close.