Let's not pretend that dating hasn't always been superficial.That people haven't always misrepresented their intentions to get to sleep with you.It seems to be working, as the app is growing by 10 percent every week.It’s an app limited to New York, DC, Boston, Philadelphia, though.Originally the app only showed one match per day, but after an update last year, that’s increased.For now, it only services Toronto in Canada, but plans to roll out in Vancouver this fall. Dragonfruit matches couples based on their particular nerdy obsessions.
Mc Leod has big plans for Hinge, and investors are rallying.The classic dating site, OK Cupid’s app puts more thought into your matches than much of the gimmick-based competition, with more attention paid to the profile. Your pet is the ultimate wingman, and this way you can be the same for them.It requires a little more investment on your part, but you will learn more about your matches with this app than most others. It’s formatted like Tinder (but with more profile), it tells you if you’ve crossed paths like happn and you can use it for friends or dating like Bumble. If you want a quick way to find people who roll with the same crowd as you and don’t want to ask your friend about that cute coworker, Hinge could be the answer. The ironically named Pure is even more effective than Tinder for making casual, ahem, connections. Their 20-questions quiz goes beyond the basic info that a lot of other dating apps ask for.The Hinge algorithms shows you friends of friends who are actually good matches, for example.Mc Leod said that Hinge uses the semantic web from your entire Facebook experience, not just who you’re connected to.