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“Tinder’s a great platform, a great product — I hope it continues to be successful,” says Wolfe, who last year settled a sex-harassment suit, reportedly for

“Tinder’s a great platform, a great product — I hope it continues to be successful,” says Wolfe, who last year settled a sex-harassment suit, reportedly for $1 million, against Tinder and its parent IAC/Inter Active Corp after being ousted from the company.

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“Tinder’s a great platform, a great product — I hope it continues to be successful,” says Wolfe, who last year settled a sex-harassment suit, reportedly for $1 million, against Tinder and its parent IAC/Inter Active Corp after being ousted from the company.

million, against Tinder and its parent IAC/Inter Active Corp after being ousted from the company.

Already, Bumble has established itself as an unworkable venue for guys accustomed to carpet-bombing women with “Hey baby” and “Nice (body part)” messages.

That’s because Wolfe — a co-founder of Tinder, a notorious haven for such annoyances — has insisted that on Bumble, only women can initiate male-female conversations.

If your messages earn 50 likes, you get to see their profile photo.

For them to see yours, they’ll also need to earn 50 likes.

But you can’t just fill the time with random letters.

To get pieces of the profile picture revealed, you have to say messages that are worthy of the other person’s like.

“I personally can tell you that all my girlfriends — and many women I’ve spoken to — have this fear of being perceived as desperate or forward when they want to approach a man,” Wolfe said.

“It was always, ‘He must text you first’ — but why?

Appetence is a new app that’s all about ‘slow dating’ – which is essentially just a cool way to say ‘taking it slow’.

Instead of swiping left or right based purely on how hot someone looks in their picture and a decent bio, Appetence will only let someone see your profile if you choose to show it to them. You download the app and select a load of interests and personal tastes, ranging in areas from music and TV to pets. Once you match with someone, neither of you will be able to see the other person’s photo – instead you’ll see their photo covered by a pattern.

Perhaps in Jenny from the block, the ex-Bronx Bomber’s finally met his match?