“The moment I touched Tinder, I knew we needed something like this for the Jewish community,” JSwipe founder David Yarus told The Times of Israel while on a recent visit to Israel.
“Tinder is about hookups, but JSwipe by design has a different intention.
It’s about connecting people for love, friendship, travel, or whatever they seek.
JSwipe’s users are a serious community, and we’ve already had engagements and marriages of people who met using it,” he said.
People who sign up to use the app on their smartphone create a short bio and upload five photos of themselves from Facebook.