This means that they will send either you or a potential match either his/her profile or your profile.If you choose to put down a little extra cash, you get an unlimited amount of matches.Before JSwipe came along in April 2014, Josh had used other dating sites and apps, but never Jewish ones. “I’ve had two JSwipe dates, and both were with great women, and both led to second dates,” he said.As a long-time bachelor, I’ve found that there are quite a few high-quality Jewish dating sites out there.Yarus believes that JSwipe appeals to the young people (average age 26) who are using it because of its mobile platform and streamlined experience.
(Selecting Jews to the right or the left apparently does not evoke Holocaust associations for this younger generation.) If two users end up swiping each other to the right, a chat box pops up enabling them to communicate.
People who sign up to use the app on their smartphone create a short bio and upload five photos of themselves from Facebook.
Users search for potential partners by filtering for geographical location, sexual orientation and other criteria.
Get The Start-Up Israel's Daily Start-Up by email and never miss our top stories Free Sign Up “The moment I touched Tinder, I knew we needed something like this for the Jewish community,” JSwipe founder David Yarus told The Times of Israel while on a recent visit to Israel.
“Tinder is about hookups, but JSwipe by design has a different intention.