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First Comes Tinder. Then Works Marriage? By Sophia Kercher

A game for singles featuring one too many bathroom selfies for some of us, the dating app Tinder suggests a slot machine for sex.

For Casey Napolitano, an agent in l . a ., Tinder is synonymous with love.

Ms. Napolitano came across her spouse, John Napolitano, from the application during her very very first and only Tinder date. She “swiped right” on a photograph of John in a tuxedo providing a message at a marriage. “It simply actually switched me on,” she stated. Half a year later on, they purchased a property together; a month or two later on, these were involved. They are hitched for just two years now while having a 14-month-old. “Our baby girl is perfect,” the proud father that is new.

The Napolitanos’ love tale is not isolated. Based on Jessica Carbino, Tinder’s sociologist that is on-site pores over Tinder’s data, more and more people than in the past are investing in relationships because of the application, that may have its 5th anniversary in September.

In a written report released this week, Tinder carried out two studies comparing offline daters to its users. (The offline daters dropped into three teams: those who have never dated online, people who’d dated on line in past times but not did, and individuals that has never utilized online dating sites but had been ready to accept the likelihood.)

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