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NEW YORK, NY — Of the litany of dating apps trying to profit off the craterous demand for human connection carved out by the Single And Chronically Unsatisfied Millennial Of The Two-Thousand-Tens, Hinge, a career- and status-centric "relationship app" for "the community of people who want more," has to be the New Yorkiest.
(And where, after all, can you find a higher concentration of single and chronically unsatisfied millennials than in New York City, fertile land of commitment phobia and backup-option overstock? The app's strategy when it first launched in 2013 was to match daters with friends of friends, using data pulled from their Facebook profiles. "We were just going to lose out essentially to Tinder over time as it swallowed us because we weren't different enough and our product wasn't living up to our vision," Hinge's CEO told NPR. In their Hinge profiles, users now list where they live, where they work and where they went to school, and answer cutesy questions about their hopes and dreams and favorite local hangouts.
I've made a livelihood off of Tinder, so it's tough for me to come down on it.
The bar’s walls are also smeared with life lessons, such as not to hook up with ugly people, and not to have sex in the bathroom. Two single people in a photo booth after several rounds of drinks is always a good idea.
It just opened in September, but this new kid on the block is already gaining popularity amongst the Uptown singles crowd.
There are hunting grounds in NYC that I do particularly well in when I'm not in the mood for Tinder, which is rare.
Midtown East From Kips Bay all the way up to Sutton Place, the East Side is a watering hole for young lionesses in the making.