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But regardless of who you ask, it has become synonymous with casual dating and hookups rather than those looking for their soulmates. If you’ve swiped right on someone and they’ve swiped right on you as well, you’ll be notified and can begin messaging one another.This immediacy is refreshing in the dreary world of ‘will we ever meet or just awkwardly flirt for weeks before getting bored? Dating blogger Paul Thomas Bell tells us: “I did a lot of research into online dating and Now is the solution to what I found to be the single biggest complaint of women on Tinder - no more pen pals.”But it turns out that an app designed for instant dating gratification doesn’t necessarily attract those searching for a long-term partner.Louise told us: “It could just be because of the area I live in, but in my experience most of the guys on Now are only after one thing right now, and it isn’t romance or a coffee...”Here it is, Tinder.That means it can be hard for other apps to really stand out, which is why OKCupid has turned its focus to matching people up on a ‘deeper level.’ By filling out your profile and answering questions, the app’s algorithm will suggest potential matches who share your interests in the hope you’ll build deeper connections, which you can easily see from a ‘compatibility’ score displayed next to other users.