The app often referred to as the “Tinder for Moms”, Peanut is a GPS-enabled app that matches moms to other moms based on location and their common interests. Being a mom and raising babies plus taking care of home and working make it hard to have any time to meet new people. With Peanut, the tinder-inspired app is creating opportunities for women to meet and form connections with one another.
Peanut was founded by Michelle Kennedy out of her own personal frustrations with the lack of tech out there for moms when she became a mother herself. Despite early criticisms of this app not being needed, Peanut has already helped real women create life-long friendships and get the support they need.
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Peanut is the first app that uses machine learning and a specially designed algorithm that takes into consideration location, interests, languages, age, and gender of children and educational background, among other things, to connect like-minded mothers. The more a mom uses the app, the more customized her matches become.
Peanut is available free to download to both iOS and Android.
For more information, visit www.peanut-app.io.