Tinder takes the worldwide online dating world to a whole new level. Tel Aviv — a city full of young, single, and daring people — was quick to join the trend. Although official figures have never been released, Tinder management has hinted at high usage rates among Israelis. You would be surprised at the number of married couples around Israel who have met on Tinder. JSwipe is also a swiping app, but is more exclusive to the Jewish community, in Israel and abroad. According to locals, Jswipe is an option that better caters to those who are definitely not looking for a hook-up, and its purpose is far clearer, with its interface directed completely toward serious dating.
GPS Dating: There's an App for That, but Know the Risks
Couple Up | GPS-location based dating app
CNN -- There are many reasons people fall for each other: Personality, looks, humor -- sax-playing ability. But a new class of GPS-enabled smartphone apps is trying to bring dating back to the pure, data-driven basics. Take, for example, the story of Scott Kutcher and Amanda Segal. They started dating in March when, during a Jay-Z concert at Madison Square Garden, Scott pulled out his iPhone, opened an app called Skout and scanned a list of near-by women. A grid of photos showed women who, at that very moment, were within a certain radius of Scott and his GPS-enabled phone. Scott and Amanda exchanged instant messages through the app.
Match. Chat. Date.
When you think of dating apps, Tinder is most probably the first name that comes to mind, and for good reason. The app is insanely popular all across the world. As per the latest statistics, Tinder boasts of over 57 million users across the world, and registers over 1.