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It’s one more avenue to meet women if they feel like it with no cost to them.Since they don’t have to pay for a subscription, they don’t have much incentive to be on the site often. No swiping and it isn’t super quick to view a person’s profile.Users get a handful of members to swipe right or left on per day, so it gives you some options without the overwhelming crush of infinite profiles, like Tinder.Users are strongly encouraged -- even forced -- to use photos that clearly show their faces, so you won’t have to sift through annoying pictures of feet.MY FRIEND'S TAKE: "It's so not user-friendly."MY OTHER FRIEND'S TAKE: "Yeah you're right -- the site is janky as s--."THE BOTTOM LINE: I wasn’t feeling the spark. THE LEAGUE The League is kind of supposed to be an app for alpha males and females.They don’t literally say that, but they may as well.
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To all of my fellow Ivy League-ers: You’ve got brains and talent, and a couple of years ago you landed yourself a highly coveted spot at one of the best schools in the country. It looks like it’s the men of Cambridge that take the top spot in terms of attractiveness. The sexiest ladies out there are apparently the Princetonians, with Harvard sliding in as a close second, while the Yalies declare themselves amongst the pickiest.
Coffee Meets Bagel’s Chief Data Scientist sifted through over 1.1mm matches made among alumni & students of the nation’s Ivy League Universities- Princeton, Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Dartmouth, Brown, UPenn, and Cornell- to find out who is the most popular & pickiest.
Other than that, users can write down their interests and a quick bio line -- streamlined, as an app should be.
Users skew toward late 20s/early 30s -- more mature than Tinder, but younger than site like Match or e Harmony.