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The Dating Ring, writes SF Weekly, is for "those who are looking for a serious relationship and aren’t meeting the right people at bars or through friends," or "the anti-Tinder."I mean, obviously. A piece in Venture Beat about two single San Franciscans (one guy, one girl) sampling different dating apps had the girl give Sway (formerly "Let's Date") 3 out of 5 stars, which was actually a pretty high score.
She chatted with a network engineer at a gaming company, an investment banker and a bartender. Turns out that New York doesn't have the corner on the coffee and bagel market.
It apparently does a great job filtering your matches, and yielded a date right away. Want more of Bustle's Sex and Relationships coverage?
Whether you live there and you are hoping to expand your horizons, plan to visit and want to know which apps to try while you're in the city, or you're just wanderlusting and thinking about a potential move there someday, here are 10 apps all single San Franciscans should try.
Hinge is a popular choice across the board, but SFGate reported about a Hinge study that looked at San Franciscans' opening lines and tried to predict how likely someone might be to reply, depending on what someone kicked things off with.
Though dating apps are ubiquitous, the sometimes sunny, sometimes foggy city (wear layers) seems to be fully on board with the search of love online, and that trend can only increase as time goes on and more and more people join the trend.
I did some research on the best, most popular dating apps in the Bay Area, and one thing is for certain: It doesn't seem like the the Golden Gate City is slowing down on its app intake anytime soon, especially not when it comes to apps of the dating variety.
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The League's acceptance rate in this city is about 25 percent, just over New York's paltry 20 percent yes rate. Have a friend who's already in put in a good word with the app's concierge.