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Tinder rival Hinge ditches swiping, relaunches as a serious relationship app at $7 per month

Tinder rival Hinge has announced a shift away from the swipe-obsessed mobile dating culture and is relaunching as a paid service for those seeking serious relationships. Founded out of New York in 2011, Hinge has raised around $20 million in funding to date. So far, Hinge has been like Tinder in many ways — users […]
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