Users swipe right if they’re interested and left if they want to reject the match. If both parties swipe right, “it’s a match!” and they can communicate from there. Hide Caption 3 of 8 OkCupid OkCupid is a http://finance.myeyewitnessnews.com/inergize.wpty/news/read/26075459/ free dating site and mobile app that crunches users’ answers to a series of questions (Are you messy? Have you ever cheated in a relationship?) to create compatibility scores. It claims that its system is accurate at predicting matches — as long as users are honest. Hide Caption 4 http://www.thealphareporter.com/2513-the-dating-point-to-launch-its-newest-website-for-mens-dating-guide_tpr.html of 8 Hinge Hinge is a matchmaking app built on finding love with a little help from friends. Users sign in through Facebook and are sent matches each day from their extended social circles. Hide Caption 5 of 8 Match.com Match, one of the first and largest dating sites, also has a mobile app.
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