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You can like someone without them knowing unless you’ve liked them back.

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If you’re in an office building on a busy city block, that doesn’t really help you narrow down the person much.

And if you’re zipping through London on the overground, Happn will pick up any people whose flat is within 250 meter of the train tracks–not really “crossing paths” eh? The service has existed in website form since 2004, before coming out with its app about five years ago.

Yes mobile apps and online dating have, like it or not, changed the way we date.

For better or worse - it's still open to debate, and the answer may be a bit of both really.

The bad thing about Tinder is that it's so superficial (only showing photos of a person by default) that many times people just try to game the system by swiping right on everyone to get the most matches possible and then just start chatting to the ones they only really find attractive.

To combat this Tinder has now limited the amount of swipes you can make and introduced Tinder Plus, a subscription service that gives you back the ability for unlimited swipes and also allows you to search through photos of people in other areas and take back a swipe if you accidentally swiped the wrong way.

We take a look at all three to see which is best for your love life. Tinder works by showing you pics of people in your area.

Swipe left to reject them, swipe right to like them.

Of the profiles it does show you, you can read more about the person, see additional pics, and, if you want, like them secretly.

However, if you like them secretly they won’t know. If you want to contact them you need to send them a charm–and charms cost money.

You can buy 10 charms for £1.49 or up to 300 charms for £23.49. It’s nice seeing people who work in your area or hang out near a pub you frequent.

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