If you don't have many Facebook friends, you're not doomed to be single forever.
"If we can't find a match in a friend of a friend, we'll use third-degree connections or find other [CMB] members that fit your criteria," says co-founder Arum Kang.
This app does the matchmaking for you, unlike other online dating services where you have to browse through a huge array of profiles.
In Coffee Meets Bagel, you're given a single match every day at noon in the form of a "bagel," whom the service has selected for you based on geography, attraction, and shared interests.
Sometimes quantity has a quality all its own when it comes to sifting past all the fish in the sea.
It's a nice chunk of cash for a 5-month-old company with 50 percent month over month growth, 100,000 introductions, and 6,000 real-world connections.
To get started, you sign up with your Facebook account and give CMB your age, gender, religious and ethnicity preferences (if any) for your ideal date.
If you like your Bagel, you can set up a real-world date by clicking the "Like" button in the e-mail.
If not, click the "Pass" button and move on to the next day's match.