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“If spirituality is important to you, religious online dating apps are better than mainstream services,” Roberts says.
JDate (Apple, from a month) attracts hundreds of thousands of (mostly) Jewish singles, and Christian Mingle (Android, from a month) claims it can help “find God’s match for you.” Date My School (Apple, Android, free) helps students and alums find sweethearts who share their alma mater.
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Match.com’s app (Apple, Android, Windows, Black Berry, from a month) boasts the largest pool to choose from (millions at any given moment) but can be a little more confusing to use.
“Use the free apps so you can get a feel for what meeting people on your smartphone is like.” Most apps start by asking you to create a profile for yourself — basic information, like your age, occupation, likes and dislikes, and usually a photo.
Roberts’ advice: Never use your real name as a username.
A recent survey of boomers from Del Webb, a builder of retirement communities, found that while the majority of boomer singles are interested in dating, only 11 percent want to get married.
The rest, or so one might assume, are out for fun and companionship, and plenty are using modern technology to find partners.