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Each time they open the app, the user will be presented with two potential matching options, rather than going through hundreds of swipes.
Once a match is made, users have 15 minutes to start chatting and then 60 minutes to decide whether they want to ask the other person out for drinks.
Making a profile and spending 20 minutes swiping through Tinder makes it feel like you’re “putting yourself out there”, even if you don’t actually chat to any matches or organise a meeting.
The app works, of course, by first having a user make a match, however there is no endless swiping.
Also cofounder of online video platform Daily Motion, Rappaport said the idea came as the team wondered why people were wasting time on dating websites looking at and talking to strangers when we already come across dozens of people in real life every day.
“Besides, we considered that filling out 50 questions won’t help portray yourself to other users: we believe that it is unnecessary, time consuming and more importantly, since we don’t believe in matching algorithm, we are positively sure that it is not because two persons are active runners, love green salad, and read Hemingway that they would get along or fall in love,” Rappaport explained. Working within a range of 250 metres – which has led to privacy concerns – Happn has a user open the app while out and ‘liking’ or ‘charming’ someone they have crossed paths with, with profiles of passersby showing how often you have come across them in real life.
Clinks offers users GPS tracking to enable them to find each other more easily, with this also meaning their location is logged in the app should something go wrong.
It also means numbers don’t necessarily have to be exchanged.