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The Date: I found out about the app from my roommate, who had a friend who knew the founder, so we accidentally ended up going out with the same guy, since the app was pretty new at the time and we were both located close to this person (obviously, since we lived in the SAME APARTMENT), so that was funny, if not ultimately successful. Gabby had a different take: “The user experience isn’t bad, but a little overwhelming.
You’re probably crossing paths with hundreds of single men a day—thousands in New York—but do you need to match with every single one?
The Nuts and Bolts: You’ll die laughing when you see what happens when you get your first match.
I’m not that religious, so I don’t use any of the other apps or sites aimed at Jewish singles, but they made it easy to categorize how religious you are so you’re not as likely to match with someone who has a vastly different lifestyle.
The Dating Pool: On average, I go on five dates for every 10 matches.
The guys are way, way cuter on Bumble; that being said, I’ve had more solid relationships/friendships come out of Tinder than Bumble.
Unfortunately, finding the How can you tell which app is better suited to all your needs—and worth the time and energy that first dates require?
The annoying thing is that the app doesn’t allow you to look at only one geographical location, so even though I live in New York, I still have to sift through prospects in Los Angeles, London, and other cities.
The other con is that it costs a month, but I figure that’s like two cups of coffee, so it’s not a big deal to me.
It seems everyone I’ve talked to thus far is more easily distracted than people on Tinder.
On Tinder, you could talk to a guy for two months; on Bumble, maybe two days.