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You sign up via Facebook, build a basic profile, then approach people for friendship or arrange social events and invite others along.

• The Tinderisation of modern life is on the rise I arranged a coffee meet-up for Saturday at 5.30pm, which after half an hour a guy called Harpal said he was coming to.

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With that in mind, Wiith already has a few similar models to compete with.

There’s Skout, which brands itself as more of a friend app but has morphed into more of a dating landscape.

According to Sean Rad, the co-founder who launched Tinder in late 2012, the service was invented for people like me.

“It was really a way to overcome my own problems,” he told the editor of at an event in London last month.

There once was a Guardian column ‘Ask a grown-up’ where kids could email questions they wanted ‘a grown-up’ to answer, Richard Curtis said in answer to ‘Why does love hurt? ) ‘When they stop loving you, or you stop loving them, you lose the thing in your life that has made you most happy’ This is a sentiment tha...

The first time I met someone using Tinder, the free dating app that requires users to swipe left for “no” and right for “yes” before enabling new “matches” to chat, it was an unqualified success. I was newly single after five years in a committed relationship and wasn’t looking for anything more than fun, friendship and, well, who knows.

I was flattered and full of praise for the directness of continental Europeans but also thought sadly to myself: “If only the same could be said about you.” Anna and I became friends, at least for a while.

The date wasn’t a success in the traditional sense of leading us into a contract based on exclusivity, an accumulating cache of resentments and a mortgage, but it put me back in the game (an appropriate metaphor – people speak regularly of “playing” with the app).

“Sometimes, when I can’t get through to a friend [by phone], I’ll message them on Facebook and they’re more likely to answer quicker,” Ed Hutchinson, a 27-year-old real estate agent based in Los Angeles, told The Post.

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