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The guys were older and subjectively hotter than those on Tinder or Bumble and put more effort into picking decent pictures.Cons: As it only draws from Facebook mutuals, the Hinge pool is much smaller than Bumble or Tinder.Full disclosure, setting up a Hinge account takes work.
As an ostensible safeguard against catfishing, a little blue checkmark on a profile picture indicates certified accounts that further cement Bumble's status as a safe and feminist way to date. When I come back two days later, all of them were gone. Hinge: Right off the bat, Hinge is addictive and underrated.
You can certify your account by taking a selfie that Bumble matches to your pictures using face–matching technology. Branding itself as “The Relationship App,” Hinge only connects you with people who you have mutual friends with on Facebook.
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