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The United Kingdom Independence Party or UKIP used both the flag of England (a white background with a red St.
George's Cross) and the British flag (the Union Jack) in its campaigns for Brexit.
But so far there's no app — at least that NPR was able to find — for Leave voters."I suppose for Leavers, they won the referendum, didn't they?
“Hinge cuts through the randomness of Tinder,” said Daniel Matz, a 29-year-old real estate finance analyst in New York, who said he uses the app daily.
Dallas and Los Angeles are next.)To get started, users sign in using Facebook and select their preferences, including location, sexual orientation and age (it caps at 35).
Every day at noon, the app sends a list of potential matches culled from one’s Facebook network.
Some "Leave" voters have continued to use both flags in expressions of support for Brexit on social media. For Freeman, there's an even bigger deal-breaker he encounters in these apps — something that always makes him swipe left."It's always a little bit worrying when every photo has a cat in it.
Mobile dating apps may be all the rage these days, but they’re not for everyone.
Blendr, a location-based app for straight people, was created by the same folks as Grindr and retains much of its hookup focus.