With sites like Tinder, Bumble and Hinge, it is all about who is nearby and available.
Some of the difference, of course, is generational.
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According to the Pew Research Center, 15 percent of Americans have used online dating sites or mobile apps, compared with 11 percent in 2013.JDate, especially, would seem to be one of the success stories of online dating. Stories about happily married couples who met on the site.And last year, with the acquisition of JSwipe, it branched out into the Tinder-like market of users who swipe left or right to find love.“Every Jew knows someone who knows someone who met on JDate,” said Aaron Young, Spark’s former vice president for business development and strategic partnerships.He does not see one approach growing at the expense of the other.Rather, he said, online dating will expand to encompass more and more categories of people.