Right-wing Dating App Going Down in Flames

When it comes to finding love, many folks are turning to dating apps these days. In a world where technology, particularly cell phone use, plays a role in everyday life, some would argue that having an app to connect with potential romantic partners makes sense.

However, making a dating app successful is easier said than done. There are a lot of different things that have to line up.

There have to be enough people on the app in order for it to be effective. In order for this to happen, the app must come with a degree of inclusivity, along with certain safeguards for folks to feel comfortable on the app.

In the case of the right-wing dating app, The Right Stuff, it is completely falling apart as the general public rejects this version of online dating, according to MSN.

The Demise of The Right Stuff

One of the biggest problems for The Right Stuff is it’s just not attracting enough conservative users. In particular, the app is having issues with getting right-wing women to sign up, whereas more right-wing men are choosing to give The Right Stuff a shot.

Ultimately, this is not a recipe for success. From October 2022 to December 2022, downloads of this app dropped from about 40,000 to 11,000. This, by itself, indicates that interest in The Right Stuff is declining as time passes, rather than increasing.

It goes without saying that this trajectory is the opposite of what any dating app needs to be successful. As time passes, the app should be gaining star power, interest, and users, rather than hemorrhaging them.

Issues with The Right Stuff’s verification metrics are also turning out to be part of its demise. The app markets itself to young right-wingers. Yet, many young right-wingers have complained they’re not being accepted on the app even after going through the necessary process.

The Right Stuff’s inability to get on the Google Play Store also isn’t doing it any favors.

No Coming Back?

At this point, it’s hard to see how The Right Stuff can bounce back from all the problems it’s facing. Even on the App Store, it’s been littered with negative reviews.

Put simply, The Right Stuff has not appealed to enough conservatives to make the app a success. At the rate things are going, this dating app will likely end up in the trash bin with other tried and failed business ventures.

What do you think about the failure of the right-wing dating app known as The Right Stuff? Is this an app that you or anyone else you know would be interested in ever using?

Please let us know in the comments area why you believe The Right Stuff is crashing and burning to such a severe extent.

This article appeared in Watch Dog News and has been published here with permission.