Every time a new dating app comes out (), we talk about its matching algorithm, swiping patterns, protocols, and gimmicks.
But I have come to believe that the technology powering any one dating app doesn’t matter at all. This idea is so simple that it almost defies explanation.
The atmosphere may affect the way you interact: Is the bar so loud that you have to yell?
Does the app have rules about who is allowed to initiate contact?
(I’m either the Cyrano de Bergerac of Grindr or a serial catfisher.) I love dating apps. I steal people’s phones and install dating apps on them when they aren’t looking.
But I also think the vast majority of discourse around dating apps — including discourse coming from dating-app designers — is garbage.
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