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When I joined the waitlist, I was around number 37,000.

It’s connected to not only your Facebook, but also your Linked In (but it remains private, so you don’t have to worry about your boss finding out) and is marketed as being to app that lets you "date intelligently" and caters to your "high standards." You can get uber specific, like if you only want to date guys with the same education level and religion. I had it for about a month and still was at about 33,000.

Seems cute, but I personally found this app a little stalker-ish.

Someone, theoretically, could see exactly where we’ve crossed paths, and I don’t know if I’m about strangers knowing my exact whereabouts.

While my dates were overall decent, and I met a lot of cool, interesting people, it make me feel in control.

I messaged a lot of guys that never ended up responding back, and it honestly started to hurt my self-confidence.So when the In Style team was looking for volunteers to write a real-life, first-person review of dating apps, well… Read on for my findings: Tinder I’m going to assume I don’t need to introduce the concept of Tinder and its reputation to you.Obviously, I know people who've met their hookups on this app, but I also know people who've met on it and are now in serious (and lovely! Tinder is what you make of it, but you do have to weed through a lot of people because you can only sort by age and location. While it might have changed since I’ve used it, I had a lot of nasty comments or “Wanna come over?” messages sent to me in the wee hours of the morning.I went on at least five horrible dates (like with the guy who told me my pictures weren’t doing me any favors) and a few amazing dates (like with the guy who I ended up seeing for close to six months).It’s like a digital interpretation of what could happen if you finally talk to the guy that’s always in front of you at the coffee shop.

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