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She's also an online dating expert, working as a consultant for the dating app Tinder.
"It's only natural that online dating sites are transitioning."The big names of online dating, Match.com, e Harmony and Plenty Of Fish, each of which started off solely as dating websites, now have their own apps.
After three dozen or so similar pictures one gets the impression there must be some big cat petting zoo nearby.
Or simply too many single men with too much time on their hands and mad Photoshop skills. While the kookiness of the photos some people put on their online dating apps is almost a given, one thing is still left open to debate.
About 39 percent of users in the New York area said they wanted a long-term relationship, followed by 30 percent looking for casual dating and 16 percent looking for a casual sex.
Los Angeles, on the other hand, appears to be hook up central, with 34 percent of Clover users saying they wanted something much less committed.
DATING SITES\Almost all dating websites now offer an app version.
And some dating services are exclusively app based.
Clover, which launched this spring, polled 15,000 of its users nationwide, asking them what they were looking for when they signed up.
Launched in 2012, the app, which uses GPS to locate nearby singles, now sits at No.
3 with 3.6 million mobile users, behind only and Plenty Of Fish.
Many dating services now offer their apps as the only option for connecting with other users.
Among the most popular is Tinder, a relatively young dating service that made swiping right and left on potential dates' photos the standard for saying yes and no.