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Will a new dating app win the hearts of the young? It goes one step further than Tinder
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You know Tinder. By this point, late night comedians and your dad have driven the "swipe right" jokes into the ground. You probably long ago downloaded and deleted Bumble, too, and dabbled in the more-intimate-but-still-vapid dating pool available to you on Hinge. It's onto greener pastures—not as green as actually being in a fulfilling relationship, but still a brighter hue than those of your past dating app experiments. And the newest dating apps or features you can find in are certainly trying to be more colorful. According to a Pew Research Center study, 12 percent of Americans reported having entered into a committed relationship with someone they met on an app, a number that's either dismally low or remarkably high, depending on how cynical you are about love. Sociologically, dating apps give us another perspective on where we stand as daters.
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Banking on the recent popularity of video-sharing apps like Vine and visually focused dating tools such as Tinder, a new platform for making potential matches has entered the relationship sphere: Charm. Created by the founders of MeetMe. The videos on Charm range from 3 to 10 seconds and users can host a maximum of four videos at one time. Having launched the app on Tuesday, it has already been downloaded by tens of thousands of users, said the Cook siblings. One girl in D.
Subscriber Account active since. Tinder is a simple dating app that anonymously finds out who likes your looks nearby. If you happen to think the other person is good looking too, it offers an intro. If not, the person never knows you weren't a fan.