AJC intern Allison Gordon wrote an interesting essay today on dating apps, which are increasingly the domain of young adults. A friend recently told me her three kids -- all college students at private universities -- met their significant others through dating apps. Here is a link to a site that explains how Tinder works, and here is one that explains Bumble, which was started by a disaffected female founder of Tinder. And here is an article on the changing face of Tinder.
Ivy League Dating Apps
Dating App Reveals Which College Graduates Receive the Most Messages | Observer
So you want to date someone who shares your education level and ambition? Perhaps you also want them to share your religion as well. While your mother may call you picky, we call you self-aware. Your profile will only ever be seen by those who meet your preferences. Cya creepers!
Matchmaker, make me a match
These top 8 Ivy League dating sites, apps, and services are a treasure trove of attractive, intelligent matches who are guaranteed to turn heads at your next soiree. This app is indeed so exclusive that it may not even be available in your city. The League is available in over 50 major cities, including:. All of your matches should be in line with your predetermined preferences on location, age, gender, education level, height and ethnicity. Your profile is only visible to mutual matches who meet your full criteria, and the app will never post to your social networks.
Unlike Tinder, Sparkology offers services like professional photography and even profile writing. Recently, the folks over at Sparkology looked at the men on the site to figure out which of them had the most inbound messages from women. Then, they broke it down by the colleges they graduated from. Courtesy Sparkology.