Which dating app is right for you?
Founder Pinguino Kolb told Mashable in that more mainstream dating apps like Tinder or Bumble don't always make it easy for the geeks of the world to find love.
When not working, driving or drinking her third Starbucks of the day, Mary Grace can be found fantasizing about her next trip to Walt Disney World, watching the Yankees, browsing Sephora, glued to one of her Apple gadgets or playing with her "nephew," Luis.
Description: Those interested can sign up and create an online platform sharing details about themselves as well as their Harry Potter likes. The service uses your personality profile to pair you with potential matches.