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Also, it doesn’t take into account your relationship status – I guess assuming if you join you are single.
My Facebook page states that I’m married, but I was able to join and be matched.
If I pass, I’m asked whether I’m sure I want to do this, because he won’t come up in my search again.
And because Hinge lets you know for each Match who your mutual friend is, the app also gives me the option to “ask” our mutual friend about my match.
Because of the competition, Hinge needs to distinguish itself in this already-crowded market, and thanks to some great word-of-mouth and a slow city by city roll-out, it has made a name for itself.
Unlike Tinder, which is GPS-based matching (although you verify your account through Facebook), Hinge relies on your friends’ networks to find love.
Because of this, it heavily markets to women, who are concerned with safety when they are using a dating app.
I check yes to all, but I have yet to receive any information.
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.
Hinge likes to call itself the “anti-Tinder,” and it may be onto something.