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The ritual of hitting bars and hooking up at New York nightclubs is getting increasingly high tech.
A new dating app called Weepo allows users to check the male-to-female ratio at a given bar or club before heading out, instead of finding out the hard way after shelling out for a car ride and a cover charge.
Once a venue with a favorable ratio is found, the app allows users to swipe through the profiles of others who are headed there, too, Tinder-style.
After swiping right on each other, a given pair of club hoppers can chat on Weepo as they head to a venue and progress through the velvet ropes, say co-founders Roy Lugasi and Hod Gerlitz.