According to Yarus, everyone involved is focused—at least at this point— on growing JSwipe rather than monetizing it.
A staff of eight works out of a small factory in Brooklyn on making this desired growth happen.
Yarus believes that JSwipe appeals to the young people (average age 26) who are using it because of its mobile platform and streamlined experience.
“Young people today don’t have time to search listings or craft long profiles or messages,” he said. You only end up spending time on someone when there is a mutual interest.” Yarus is also certain that the fact that JSwipe offers free love—as in, there is no charge to use the app—is a significant contributor to its popularity.
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i love hanging out with friends and family, or just having a nice quit night at home. Finding your soulmate isn’t always easy, but a new Jewish dating app would have us believe that true love could be just a swipe away.JSwipe, which made its debut last Passover, already has 200,000 users in 70 countries connecting with one another with the hopes of finding their …or at least maybe someone to hang out with or hook up with.Targeted at Millennials, JSwipe was inspired by the Tinder matchmaking app, which has been around since late 2012.But while Tinder has a reputation for being used by individuals simply looking for someone attractive and nearby for casual sex, JSwipe’s founder insists that his app is about helping single Jews make meaningful connections.