And with the rise of these new interactive options—some more salacious than others—comes an important question: Is all of this kosher?New Matchmakers on the Block JSwipe, a mobile app that was released in April, is similar to the popular yet questionable app, Tinder.
Kreizman adds that there was a clear need for a more modern tool that allows Jews to meet in an interactive way.
If both users “Like” each other, a match is made and private messaging can take place.
JCrush, another app released in April, is quite similar to JSwipe.
doesn’t call itself the “leading Jewish singles network” for nothing.
The massive online matchmaker—which boasts 750,000 users and attracted major media buzz in April with its rebranding campaign, “Get Chosen”—is known as the go-to for Jewish online dating.