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This is done by presenting each user with a virtually limitless assembly line of personal profiles belonging to nearby users of the opposite or same sex (depending on preferences), each coming with a few photos and some introductory (often terse) lines of text.
The user browses through the various profiles and sweeps either right or left – to express interest, or lack thereof, in chatting with the profile’s owner.
Sharon, 29 and from Tel Aviv, is a long-time veteran of Tinder, having experienced a few promiscuous months following a bitter breakup from a serious relationship.
Today she searches again for her “knight in shining armor,” using JSwipe as her main application of choice.
Then all you have left to do is find out if there is more depth to the person.”For others, meanwhile, physical attraction is really all that matters.
In the immortal words of the Beatles, “Yesterday, love was such an easy game to play.” So it was in an age when most people in the world would venture no further than the nearby village in search of a lifelong partner.
In premodern times, marriage itself was seen mostly as an economic arrangement, entirely dissociated from romantic love or personal desire.
JSwipe is the kosher version of Tinder, an application using the very same swiping mechanism but catering to Jews looking to date within the tribe.
Already quite popular in the Diaspora as a complementary service to Jewish dating sites like JDate, in recent months Israeli Jews looking for a bride or groom have been making use of the application as an alternative to Tinder, far less definite in its scope of functions.