S., with the latest launches in the London, Toronto, Mumbai and Sydney.
He says Hinge's main difference is that it attracts professional, university educated people between the ages of 23-36, while Tinder is more of a casual, hook-up app.
Once their profile is live, members cannot create another account with that same email address or school, eliminating the chance for low-quality people to game the system with multiple profiles.
For people in their 20s, it's four women for every three men.
“We go above and beyond to make our users feel secure,” the spokesperson said. Anonymity Unlike other dating sites or social networking sites like Facebook, which put your information out there for the world to see, Date My School is not “indexed in search engine results and the only people who can find you are the ones you specify.” 3.
Exclusivity Speaking of specifying what you’re looking for, Date My School also offers users the ability to filter their matches by their school, surrounding colleges and universities, academic department, religion, race, age and more.
The Catch22 community includes graduate students and young professionals aged 22-40 who have attended the nation's top universities and colleges.
Schools include those on par with top 50 ranked national undergraduate universities and liberal arts colleges or top 25 ranked graduate programs.* Exceptions include medical students and physicians, all of whom are eligible.