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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).“On other dating sites…, you learn about a person and decide whether or not they could be a match for you.Then you meet them and decide whether there is chemistry and attraction. You first narrow down the pool to people you’re attracted to, then you have to meet them to find out if they might be a good match for you,” she said.Twenty-nine-year-old Josh (not his real name) from New York doesn’t mind JSwipe’s approach to matchmaking.“I think there is a momentary excitement that comes when you get a match, shallow though it is.Users search for potential partners by filtering for geographical location, sexual orientation and other criteria.Photos of potential partners pop up on the screen (along with their short bio and Facebook-generated mutual friends and interests), and the user swipes to the right if they are interested in the person, or left if they aren’t.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.Rachel is looking for “a serious, committed relationship, hopefully with a Jewish person.” Consequently, she’s not completely sold on JSwipe, which she calls “a crapshoot” that emphasizes physical attraction rather than long-term compatibility.The same way slot machines can be addictive because they trick the brain into thinking reward is just around the corner, the swiping model ties us to the app,” he said.Before JSwipe came along in April 2014, Josh had used other dating sites and apps, but never Jewish ones. “I’ve had two JSwipe dates, and both were with great women, and both led to second dates,” he said.