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This dating app is radically changing because it’s done with swipe culture

When you look at the online dating landscape, you see a fragmented market. There are apps like Tinder, Happn and Bumble mainly catering to a young userbase, focused around swiftly swiping dating prospects left and right to look for a match. On the other hand, there are websites like Match.com, eHarmony and OKCupid (ex?) that don’t use apps for people to meet people. They’re instead opting for profile-based dating websites where you can browse through potential matches and make a well-informed decision based on more detailed info like common interests.
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