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The team’s engineers have been working out technical bugs on both the IOS and Android versions of the app that some users have encountered so that “swiping someone off their feet,” as Yarus put it, will become technologically smoother.
JSwipe has really taken off, but it’s too soon to tell whether all Jewish singles will want to let their finger do the swiping when it comes to searching for their soul mate and life partner.
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.
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.
Rise and Yazamiyot (https:// are proud to present: Are you starting a Fin Tech startup? Or just looking for more talented people to join your team? I believe that each one of us here has a matching soul here or somewhere else.i love hanging out with friends and family, or just having a nice quit night at home. JSwipe user Rachel (not her real name), 29 and living in Boston, told The Times of Israel that she refuses to use Jewish dating sites that require membership fees, such as JDate (which charges for a one-month subscription).“I’ve had much more success meeting Jews by using a search filter for Jewish profiles on Ok Cupid, a well-run, modern, and free dating site,” she said. Yarus, who also does social media marketing for Taglit-Birthright Israel, has a personal stake in JSwipe’s mission. “Being Jewish is central to my life, including professionally.