Raya is Tinder for people who have their shit together. To get on it, you need to be: attractive, successful, cool, wealthy, have thousands of Instagram followers; friends already on there to recommend you; and whatever secret X-factor it is the admissions people look for. It's for the cosmopolitan elite, the all-house Soho House members, those who just miss out on being on Forbes' "30 Under 30" list, but only because they're too attractive to be that intelligent. This means: A lot of people don't get on.
RAYA: What Is the Celebrity Dating App?
What is Raya, the dating app Ben Affleck is reportedly using?
Throw a global pandemic like Coronavirus into the equation and dating in isn't a piece of cake. Now you have to construct witty profiles on Hinge or make the first move on the app Pickable. But not all apps are exclusive to romantic matches with platforms like Bumble having a business buddy and BFF networking feature to boot. For the sceptical among you, statistically speaking, dating apps have been found to work. Dating apps are a bit of a necessary evil, for those of you who struggle to find the time to meet someone IRL.
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By Tracy Wright For Dailymail. He's a single man after recently splitting with his musician girlfriend. And Channing Tatum is reportedly enlisting the help of celebrity dating app Raya to find his next lady love after ending things with Jessie J in November.
Anyone interested in joining must fill out an application. From there, application are assessed based on algorithmic values as well as input from hundreds of committee members spread throughout the world. Committee members are anonymous to each other and comprised of people from various backgrounds, interests, ages, and sexual orientations. Application decision times can range anywhere from a day to a few months. If admitted, every new member is asked to pay their monthly membership fees.