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In contrast, among early Whim users, matches resulted in dates more than 90 percent of the time.Of course, this approach sets the bar higher for that initial match, making users think harder before they swipe right.“From the perspective of being Whim’s founder, we think in a lot of ways, Whim can be antidote to what people are experiencing on Tinder …This is for people seriously looking to connect in real life.” The service was incubated at 500 Startups and is currently available in the San Francisco Bay Area, with plans to launch in its next city (probably Los Angeles) by the end of the year. Peters said an Android version will probably launch in 2016.The Manhattan-based real estate agent gave us his tips on putting your best Tinder profile forward. Always swipe right: "I pretty much swipe right to everyone," explains Hawver.
I like a lot of stuff on Facebook, and the way that Tinder displays mutual interests with people you match with is pretty cool," says Hawver.
There’s a new service called Whim for people who are tired of all the chatting in the current batch of dating apps.
To be sure, there are other online dating services that purport to focus on making real-world connections (rather than hosting awkward, back-and-forth messaging sessions that may or may not lead to actual dates or hookups) — that’s basically the reason How About We, which was acquired by IAC last year, exists.
You can’t just say that you like everyone, start a dozen chats and pick the ones you’re willing to meet.
Peters argued that this turns swiping right into a “meaningful action” again, but she also acknowledged that it can also result in users who are just constantly turned down.