Dadapp - Meet Dad Friends

In-app purchases
1.7
63 reviews
1K+
Downloads
Content rating
Teen
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About this app

Dadapp helps you find, connect and meet with like-minded dads nearby.


Connect
Fantastic fathers at your fingertips! We know there’s strength in numbers, Dadapp helps you to find like-minded fathers in your area and connect based on shared interests and hobbies.


Chat
Take full advantage, support from other dads is readily available. Share experiences, give and get advice. Besides that, Dadapp is a community of fathers and soon-to-be fathers willing to help each other and have fun.


Explore
Being a dad is both rewarding and challenging. We’ll bring you articles on work, lifestyle and newborns to name just a few. We can’t cover everything, so it’s a good thing you can talk to another dad!


Arrange
Create events and invite other dads you’ve connected with. Need a 5-a-side team? Need a yoga partner? Or, do you just want to catch up for a cold one after work? First round’s on you!
Updated on
Jul 15, 2020

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1.7
63 reviews
Robert Hawkins
March 24, 2022
Not allowing me to sign in at all, or even to make another account to attempt to sign up. It just freezes on the sign in page. I used to have an account, so thought it would be as simple as downloading the app again and signing in. Sadly not. Hope it gets fixed soon!
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A Google user
April 11, 2019
absolutely love the idea of this app and what it brings. very clean app, no lag and super simple to use. no problems what so ever and the updates are coming in quick. I'm keen to see how this goes as it grows and in high populated areas.
3 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
September 1, 2019
Rather sinister that the app forces you to allow access to microphone and all media files in order to be able to use it at all. The "Tinder"-ness edge of it all seems rather seedy and the user base is far too small to be any use at all. I think I'll probably stick to Dadsnet on Facebook.
13 people found this review helpful
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