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En español | In the old days, you most likely would meet Mr. Right in college, on the job, maybe in a bar or though family and friends.
Today, people are increasingly getting together through online dating — especially if they're over 50.
At every opportunity, it asks if you want to invite friends to join (get used to this feature).
It also asks if I want to expand my age range or radius.
People want to know who you are and how you express yourself in a dating situation, not just in everyday life.
Hinge does allow you to make adjustments when it comes to your dating preferences.
I get an email right away when I sign up, explaining how it works (how many matches I get per day, how to “favorite” or “pass” on someone.
It also says that if we both “favorite each other, we’ll be introduced by hinge via email.” The email goes on to give me a few tips to get the most out of the app, including using it every day, being myself, and letting more people know about Hinge. In order to join, you have to have at least one Facebook friend who is already using the app.
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It is pretty generous with both, my matches being anywhere from age 30 to 65 and up to 25 miles away until I adjusted the settings.
Also, it doesn’t take into account your relationship status – I guess assuming if you join you are single.
According to a recent Huffington Post interview with Hinge CEO Justin Mc Leod, daters are a bit burned out from Tinder, especially in Los Angeles – where Hinge is making its grand debut with 6,000-7,000 people who signed up before its launch.
Hinge is available for both i Phone and Android, and is a Facebook-based dating app.