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Whether they'll be hugely successful remains to be seen.
Coffee Meets Bagel claims 100,000 to 500,000 users and has attracted .8 million in funding.
Bumble, which also uses Tinder’s swipe feature to browse profiles, is rather “a means to emulate real life,” in which people can’t hide behind user names to spam or harass others, Wolfe says.
Online dating has been around for several years, but thanks in part to mobile dating apps, it is exploding.
While this seems like a good problem to have, it’s often a reason women stop online dating.
It almost becomes a full-time job to sort through dozens of messages every day — just to find one that proves the person actually read your profile that doesn’t start with “Hey baby.” What women need are dating sites that can give them the fun and satisfying experience they’re looking for — while also giving them the filtering options and safety features they need to find their diamond in the rough.
It was frustrating, feeling like I just couldn't find anyone I liked... Support groups and lesbian communities were not well-publicized, and hard to find unless you knew who to talk to.
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“Tinder’s a great platform, a great product — I hope it continues to be successful,” says Wolfe, who last year settled a sex-harassment suit, reportedly for $1 million, against Tinder and its parent IAC/Inter Active Corp after being ousted from the company.