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For whatever reason, if you're thinking about trying online dating—or trying it again if you went for a spin a few years ago—you’ll find a number of cool new features.

The Internet dating world has evolved rapidly in the last 5 years as new technologies have emerged and new waves of people have signed up.

It emphasizes the perils that, even now, many ascribe to romance via machine: Couples who meet by computer tend to be embarrassed and even hostile. It cost to sign up, and more than a million romantic souls had responded during the service's first years.magazine: "How To Be Comfortable With Computer Dating." The ad, promoting a dating service called Compatibility, strains to build credibility for the company, emphasizing its size, ethics, and the power of the service's computers ("The IBM 360/40 Computers that are used for us, we are told, will do more in an hour than a highly qualified individual can do in a year"). Computer dating also experienced transatlantic popularity -- this 1972 British ad encourages you to join "Britain's most sophisticated and successful computer dating service" to "meet your kind of people." Naturally, these services wanted to give an impression of exclusivity, some pretense that they "try to weed out the obvious social misfits" as the These dating services evolved quickly in subsequent decades.

Despite being more popular than ever, online dating still remains a potential minefield for social etiquette and self-esteem.

But, doing so doesn’t eliminate your chances of finding ‘the one.’ There are a ton of apps available to expand your reach above and beyond Tinder, and catapult you into the dating opportunities of your dreams. Hinge Hinge connects users with friends of friends to help users find trustworthy, and theoretically, more accurate matches.

Since more than 30% of couples meet through a friend, this app has statistics on its side, and is much more appealing to audiences who don’t want a list of complete strangers in their area.

But, by far, these are the most interesting (and controversial) statistics I’ve encountered lately.

I was initially writing this text as part of the next article but it became so lengthy that I decided to make it a separate post.

The results they came out with were very interesting to say the least.

Sites like Ok Cupid perform a similar service now, only with more pictures, interactivity, and complexity.

But in the 1960s, what was known as "computer dating" involved no Internet and often few to no visuals.

Hinge boasts more than 8 million matches, and is a viable option for anyone who’s a little wary of Tinder’s swiping game. Coffee Meets Bagel Coffee Meets Bagel claims “quality over quantity.” It operates by sending one match a day to all users based on their personal profile, and expressed interests.

The app calls this match a “Bagel,” and if you are interested, you can like the person’s profile.