The Las Vegas-based dating app Hily has climbed over 10 Million users, the company announced today.
Established in 2017, Hily kicked off as a dating app for the U.S. singles. Now it’s a connection making platform available in more than 25 countries around the globe.
During 2019, Hily launched in 7 European countries, Australia, and all of Latin America. In the next two months, the dating app is also planning to make its first moves to Asia, says Hily’s founder Alex Pasykov.
“This is a great milestone for us. We are really proud that so many people all around the world trusted us with their relationships. We are hoping to make even more impact by landing in Asia. The news will be announced very soon.”
Hily is an acronym for “Hey, I like you”. The app pairs people who are on the same page. It identifies the users who have the biggest matching probability by analyzing a number of factors: profile, in-app activity, likes and dislikes. The more swipes users make, the more the algorithm learns about their likes and dislikes.
To find a better match, Hily also offers its users to check their compatibility rate with anyone on the app. A 30-question test can show if two users fit each other as romantic partners.
Hily’s CEO Alex Pasykov also founded Taimi, the first LGBTQ+ Dating App and Social Network.
To find out more about Hily visit our official website.