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11 dating apps that will make you ditch Tinder

You've had a blast with Tinder. There have been some good dates, some bad, but a persistent lack of spark has seen you swipe your way through the entire single population of your postcode. And they know it, throwing a heap of new functions at the app like Social and a Spotify connection in a bid to actually get people connecting rather than just swiping. 

What you need is new hunting ground (that's not supposed to sound as creepy as it does), a new app better suited to your exact dating needs. That girl in the photo above might be on one of them. She almost certainly won't be, but she might, (she won't).

Here are eleven alternatives to Tinder you might have more success with. 

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