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MTJF

Convert friendships into a relationship without the risk 😘

Do you hold back expressing your feelings for your friends due to fear of rejection? MTJF is a sure shot way of finding if your friend is interested in you too!

MTJF is a Tinder with all your friends (even if they haven't signed up on MTJF yet). With MTJF, 'Like' any friend who's contact is saved on your phone. If they 'Like' you too, its a Match!

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Dating, friend-finding, and career-building in one app

Bumble is the first app to bring dating, friend-finding, and career-building into a single social networking platform. It has changed the way people date, find friends, and the perception of meeting online, for the better. Women make the first move.

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Katarina Wajda
Katarina Wajda- Blogger @ Innerpieces.blog
They have a friend option
Kate
Kate- Head of Social @ GitHub
Bumble is by far my favorite dating app. It's one of the only apps out there that feels fun while still maintaining a sense of safety, composure, and gravitas. The fact that it was created by women fed up by the existing dating app offerings is evident— and they ended up making the better app because of it. Also, I think it's worth mentioning that their bran… See more
Keegan J. Sard
Keegan J. Sard- Freelance Consultant
The matches were more genuine, the conversations way better, and the twists (compared to other apps) encourage you to actually go out and meet people in real life. Also, it works... I got engaged to an incredible girl in September and that is all thanks to Bumble!
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See who already likes you on Tinder

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TechCrunch
As Rafiki once said, "It is time." Tinder Gold, the dating app's new premium subscription tier (which includes a feature that lets you see who's already liked you without any swiping) is finally rolling out to the U.S. Tinder Gold and Likes You were originally tested in Argentina, Australia, Canada and Mexico at the end of June.
The Verge
Tinder Gold, a paid tier of the dating app, is coming to the US after months of testing in limited markets including Canada, United Kingdom, Mexico, and Germany. In the US, the paid subscription will be available for select iOS users starting today.
The Verge
When Tinder released its upgraded, pay-for-perks version to iOS users, it was an immediate success. Tinder Gold shot to the number one spot in the top-grossing iOS apps within a single day; even today, more than two weeks later, it's only dropped to number two.
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Discover new people who hang where you hang

Designed to help you discover new people who hang where you hang.

Tap the pin next to the flame at the top of your Discovery screen to access Places. Opt in by tapping “Turn Places On.” Start going places and you can then swipe on potential matches who have also visited the same place.

Available in Sydney, Brisbane, & Santiago and Chile

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Metro
There's a new feature on Tinder that's either creepy or the perfect innovation depending on how you view it. 'Places' will allow users to track down matches who have visited a particular location. That means if you're keen on women (or men) who go to your local coffee shop you'll be able to make your selection based on this.
Mashable
If running into people on Tinder at the spots you visit regularly sounds like a good idea, then you'll like the dating app's new feature, Places. Using geolocation to keep track of the places you frequent, the feature allows you to find potential matches that visit the same places as you.
TechCrunch
Tinder will now help you find matches with those people you may cross paths with in your day-to-day life. As promised earlier, the company today is announcing the launch of a new location-based feature that will narrow down your list of potential dating prospects to those who hit up your same bar for after-work drinks, or who stop by your favorite coffee sho… See more
WIRED
One of the hardest parts of dating has always been getting up the nerve to hit on someone you see often, but don't know-like the guy on the other side of the bar.
The Verge
We knew Tinder Places - the dating app's new way to connect people through location sharing - was coming, but Tinder officially announced today that it's testing the service in Spain, Australia, and Chile. Places will let users find potential matches based off of the places they travel, whether that be a dog park, restaurant, coffee shop, or movie theater.
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Speed dating, but for games 🎮❤️

RAWG TLDR is an incredibly fast way to get to know games. With each video showing 17 seconds of the meat of the game, you'll be ready to choose from 100+ titles in 30 minutes. The game page with more info and stores is one click away, which makes it the largest multi-platform database with the shortest route from discovering to owning.

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Medium
RAWG has always been about one crucial thing - discovery. We've come a long way so far by growing our database into the largest one on the planet and rolling out our first set of UGC tools to make sure it stays that way.
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Dating done the right way

Peachy is a dating app that focuses on meeting people through activities. Swiping through endless profiles is so superficial. Peachy gets you off your couch, in the real world and on dates. Simply post what you want to do on the app, and people who want to do it with you will like the post. You can then choose to message anyone who's liked the post

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