Yenta: A mobile app that uses GPS to help you find a “Jew Boo” in your vicinity, for…whatever it is immediate Jew Boos are good for.
(Yes, we are implying rated PG-13 or R material.) Essentially, this is the kosher-certified version of Singles Around Me.
Everyone knows about (the many, many) classic Jewish dating sites like JDate, but there are plenty more out there that don’t take the typical route to matchmaking.
In honor of Valentine’s Day, we’ve decided to help all our single readers (or those looking to, er beyond their relationships) out with a brief review of some of the more inventive Jewish dating sites and apps.
If a bro asks you to keep a secret, you take it to the grave, no exceptions!
Though the Yelp-like app Lulu, which invites women to publicly review and rate men in a number of categories, has yet to be adapted to a Jewish version, we Jews have no shortage of creative ways to meet and mingle with the opposite gender using our smartphones.
When the Mail’s Jan Moir wrote in her column recently about the perils men face when looking for love in their later years, it clearly struck a chord with readers.The Shidduch.com: One of many sites that rely on a more “traditional” approach to dating—that is, relying on matchmakers, or shadchanim, to set you up. Jewster.com: A twist to the classic dating site, Jewster focuses heavily on community.The site offers not only singles’ profiles, but community events and organizations to support.Breaking this particular code is tantamount to bro-treason, it’s sacrilegious and unforgiveable.If your bro’s girlfriend calls to inquire where he was last night you shall always claim to have been with him even when you haven’t met the said bro for a month.