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Too, Get all the Latest news, Breaking headlines and Top stories, photos & video in real time about The Economist. For young women trying to find a date in many American cities however, it is a major blight: young men who think it alluring to post a photo of their shirtless reflection on dating apps. For men, the equivalent grumble is women who only post photos of themselves posing with more attractive friends. Apps have transformed. 18 ஏப்ரல் BENGALURU: Is finding love in the time of dating apps tougher than usual? Well, it appears so. Too many fish in the sea are spoiling the dating game, is what a few Bengalureans believe. “I was seeing this Spanish girl and then I met a German one and then I had to decide whom to pursue,” says David.
In the dating market, having fewer choices can be more efficient. For young women trying to find a date in many American cities however, it is a major blight: For men, the equivalent grumble is women who only post photos of themselves posing with more attractive friends. Apps have transformed dating. Yet many Americans seem to be using dating apps to find people as similar as possible to themselves.
The market leader is Tinder, which allows you to filter potential matches by age, sex and location only; profiles consist of a few photos from Facebook and a couple of lines of text. A left swipe is rejection; right, acceptance.
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If two people both swipe right, they match, and only then can they talk and arrange a date. Many bright young things prefer a newer app called Hinge.
This displays information about your job and education, and displays only potential mates with whom you have Facebook friends in common. Since the start ofit has expanded from four cities to Ernesto, a year-old student in Washington, DC, has dated 17 women since installing Hinge and Tinder on his phone in October. Hinge is better, he says: Hinge is popular for a simple reason.
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Online, there are too many choices. Narrowing them down saves time—a blessing for busy young professionals—but at a cost. When the elite date only friends of friends, it is hard for those outside this happy circle to break in. Keep me logged in.
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