Mutual is the largest and fastest growing dating app for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS/Mormon)! Mutual is a place where single members of the Church can make meaningful connections that lead to real dating. The app was created by BYU grads who know how difficult it can be to meet others with similar interests, beliefs and standards, especially outside of Provo. Mutual offers features that help you get to know other singles beyond their profile photos, by highlighting information such as mission location and interests you share in common with potential matches. The Mutual team is committed to upholding the standards of our faith, and making Mutual a genuine and safe place you can trust. All profiles get reviewed before entering our community. Users are encouraged to verify their profiles before meeting in person to ensure they are who they claim to be. We also make it easy to report inappropriate behavior in the app, to maintain a positive environment for everyone. In the words of Brigham Young, "This is the place." MUTUAL UP - MORE FEATURES Upgrade to Mutual Up for access to exclusive new features, including: See Who Likes Me to see who has already swiped up on you, Profile Boost to be seen more often and match faster, Ward Hop to change your location and match around the world, Unlimited Double Takes to undo past swipes, Ninja Mode to go invisible to everyone except people you swipe up on, More Filters to filter by height, and Daily Notes to stand out and increase your chance of matching. ------------------- Mutual is free to use, but if you choose to purchase Mutual Up, payment will be charged to your iTunes account, and your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going to your settings in the iTunes Store after purchase. Current Mutual Up subscription prices start at $7.99 USD/week and one week, one-month, 3-month, and 6-month packages are available. Prices are in U.S. dollars, may vary in countries other than the U.S. and are subject to change without notice. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the active subscription period. Privacy: https://mutual.app/privacy Terms: https://mutual.app/terms The services offered by Mutual LLC are neither made, provided, approved nor endorsed by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. or The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Any content or opinions expressed, implied or included in or with the services offered by Mutual LLC are solely those of Mutual LLC and not those of Intellectual Reserve, Inc. or The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The prices for premium are insane and with how many bugs there are it should refund everyone. The app doesn’t even work some days
And don’t waste your money getting the premium version. It literally makes no difference in the results. You’re basically just paying for an ad-free version of this app that lets you see a list of who swiped up on you first.
I like that this app exists...it’s just really glitchy.
This app is not lgbtq friendly! There are members of the legs church who are in that community! Please make your app better for everyone! Not just straight people.
It’s a solid effort, and I love the idea of having an app to find church members to date. I see the developers deny over and over that they don’t withhold matches for payment but it definitely seems to be that way. It tells me 99+ have liked me but I can swipe up and up and not match with anyone. On other dating apps, I can easily get dozens of matches. I received a couple “notes” from people I didn’t match with. While I can almost understand the intent behind that feature, it makes zero sense to me. Why match with people if you can just message anyone anyway? Maybe just work it out so if they swipe up on me, I’ll see their profile first- that’s what other dating apps do even on their free versions so that connections actually happen. I do appreciate that someone made a dating app for LDS people to use, but if you can’t afford to pay for the premium features, you don’t get to match with people anyway. I can joke that the issue is because I don’t fit the idea LDS beauty standard with bleached hair and eyelash extensions, but most people I two to have the exact same issues I do with this app.
Richard Burke, beautiful tan man with a beard from New York, grew up there but says he’s from Micronesia, age 26 or 27. He is the one who asked for my username and password after making my Wells Fargo account. I stopped obviously and I wanted to see his behavior. He was only energetically responding when it came to receiving money, but not to anything else. I have a picture but it might be fake. I have since blocked him. The number he uses is (414) 533-5112.
You have a higher chance of finding a needle in a hay stack than finding someone to match with. Unless you buy a very expensive magnet then it’s probably easier.
My account got suspended even when I posted a pic of my Book of Mormon.
I just added the monthly $15 subscription and y’all want more cash for more notes to just to communicate and talk to others, seriously?
I actually don’t mind this app. I haven’t had any guys actually put effort into any convos, which obviously isn’t the app’s fault, but I’m just confused as to why I keep matching w people whose accounts I’ve never even seen? I “matched” with this guy far away from me who I never even saw on the app. Kinda weird and ✨uncomfy✨ bc I don’t want to tell guys I didn’t swipe up.