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JSwipe is less than a year old, and founder David Yarus says he’s already aware of at least one marriage that occurred thanks to the app--and the Almighty.
It's definitely much dirtier, much faster on Ok Cupid,” said Reuveni.You could check off Orthodox, Conservative, Reform, or the vague but sufficient “Just Jewish,” which I assumed meant “I need someone with a circumcised penis who read at least one line of Hebrew around his 13th birthday.”There is also “other” and “willing to convert” (more on those categories later).In addition, there was even a spot to mark whether you were kosher, which is actually a big deal if you really like bacon or, like me, expend too much energy attempting to resist it.I actually downloaded the app last summer and was embarrassed because none of my friends seemed to use it. Now it can't open on my phone due to what appears to be software incompatibility.In my mother's most adorable and depressing comment on my dating life, she immediately offered to buy me a brand new i Phone for the sole purpose of letting me use JSwipe. I declined, but not because I didn't want to use JSwipe.A 20-something with dark brown hair, showing off buff arms in a wifebeater (with the insignia of Jewish fraternity) flashed by on the screen and against my better judgment, I swooned a little.At least since the Shtetl days when East European Jews would visit their local shadchan (matchmaker) to pair up singles in suitable matches, the people of the book have been obsessed with matters of the heart – sort of.It launched about nine months ago in timing with Passover (because nothing says love like a story of slavery and eight days of eating a cracker that will ruin your digestive system).Since then, the app has gained over 165,000 users in more than 70 countries, according to its founder.I don't begrudge anyone who married outside the faith.I think in modern times interfaith marriages are important.