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Services such as Tinder and Hot or Not can be used to find social partners but I would like to find a service by which you can find training partners such as other tennis players, CFT people and weightlifters. Is there an iPhone app to find training partners?

closed as off-topic by Nij, boxspah, Philip Kendall, KharoBangdo, Ale Jan 5 '17 at 6:42

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    This question might be off topic. I'm voting to leave it open for now, as you've explicitly listed some competitive sports, but if the question is also about general physical fitness it might be a better fit at Physical Fitness SE. However, I believe you're more likely to get a suitable answer to this question at Software Recommendations SE, as it seems to be a perfect fit for that site. – studro Jan 5 '17 at 2:47
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I'm not aware of any iPhone specific service, but you could give the website tennisopolis a try.

http://tennisopolis.com/

  • Roger there are only three people in Helsinki-Oslo areas in Tennispolis (not popular here) -- well will try it anyway! It would be cool if there was an automatic GPS thing so people closeby could contact you to have a match. Thank you for the suggestion +1. – hhh Apr 8 '14 at 10:01
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Need Sporty [iTunes link] and Sports Partners [iTunes link] are iPhone apps that use your device's location to find and meet sport partners.

I only use Need Sporty. It's simple to use and allows you to select up to 35 sports. Sports Partners also appears to provide similar functionality.

  • Are you able to provide a link to this app? What sports does it support? This answer is a little light on details. – studro Jan 5 '17 at 2:52
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    Vinz Sfr, I've edited the answer to make it more concise and to include additional links. Please roll back the edit if you disagree with it. – studro Jan 8 '17 at 4:58

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