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  • We specialise in building apps
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We’ve built the world’s best white label app platform that gives you both apps and a website, without hassle — there’s no infrastructure to buy, set up, or manage — just sign up, bring your idea, and we do the rest.

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M14 is your complete and managed toolbox, built from the ground up to be simple, flexible, extensible, and stylish. We’re here to help you navigate the complexities of building your own social or dating service.

With tiered pricing you can choose the option which best suits you.


Bristlr, described by many as the “Tinder for beards”, is an app for finding people you might like to meet up with.

Started as something of a joke in 2014, Bristlr has now created more than half a million connections between those with beards, and those who want to stroke them. The app has grown into a fully fledged and feature rich dating service, has won international awards, and is used in hundreds of cities around the world.

Bristlr is a great example of the kind of app powered by M14 Industries. From it’s ability to handle huge PR spikes, to it’s instant messaging and matching algorithms, it’s perfect for the modern market.

You can find Bristlr on the Web, the Google Play store, and iTunes.

Dating Ink is co-Founded by TV personality Jemma Lucy, and is a dating app dedicated to tattoos and tattoo lovers.

With a custom-made interface, the app brings a new style to the marketplace, and a new attitude (helped, of course, by Dating Ink’s co-founder).

Dating ink is available on the web, and as an Android app, and an iOS app.

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