It would be good if dating apps used twitter instead of Facebook. When someone you're dating is a randomer who you have no connection to, they could be anyone. Skip navigation! Story from Living. Anyone who's single, or has been recently, will know that meeting people through dating apps is a double-edged sword.
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Blendr , a location-based app for straight people, was created by the same folks as Grindr and retains much of its hookup focus. And Tinder , another hugely popular app, puts a premium on superficial looks, as users swipe through an endless photo carousel of potential mates. What happened to finding love the old-fashioned way: through mutual friends? That is the premise behind Hinge , the next mobile matchmaking app that is catching on with urban millennials.
Bumble also recently said it was removing the Facebook requirement, in response to user feedback. The premise was that this would make online dating feel less creepy. Instead, users answer getting-to-know-you questions and share fun, personality-revealing facts on their profile, along with photos and videos. This has since shut down.