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) are within walking distance so the pool of people I connected with when I tried it wasn't great.
Where you live and how much you move around will determine whether Happn works for you.
That’s all well and good, but does slightly fly in the face of the site’s main advantage over Tinder and its ilk – that there’s space for more than a tweet’s worth of information on the profiles.
Still, the full profiles and questions are available, and it’s free-to-use (with a few irritating ads), making it a worthwhile option for anyone hoping to know a bit more about their dates before meeting up for the first time.
Just like online dating before it, dating apps started out as a bit of a dirty secret – how many Tinder profiles joke that they’ll want to lie about how you met?
You also pick up ‘beans’ (read: points) for joining the app, getting friends to join, promoting it on social media and more.
I used CMB casually for 8 months and ultimately didn't meet anyone from it.
I passed on most of the ‘bagels' and eventually stopped using it, however I can definitely see how it has its user base and will work well for some.
It limits you to 12 or so potential matches per day (the exact amount depends on how many Facebook friends you have), giving it a bit more focus than the sprawl of Tinder or Happn.
They also just introduced timed matches which give you 24 hours to send the first message otherwise it expires, encouraging users to make matches more quickly.