“We’re all a bit addicted to our phones. Someone asked what the age group was but there is none, we just tell people to come in and chat. You can make friends too if you connect in that way," he said. "We stop in the middle to calm everything down and do some meditation. A lot of the people that attend are like-minded, they’re open to yoga and meditation.”

Some viewers might be struck by the disjointedness of Camilla’s self-presentation over time. A match from her home city might be put off by how she has changed her profile during a trip. She has had these kinds of complaints, but they’ve seemed laughably provincial to her. Creating a continuous persona is less important to her than cultivating new matches. She sought evidence of her desirability.
In order to stand out in this community, your profile is key. It’s up to you to keep it short or make it extensive, but you should definitely be yourself. No one wants to accept a stranger without a photograph or descriptive profile. You must keep in mind that online dating is not just like real life, where you finally stumble into love, fall in love with someone you have previously met earlier, or grow in love someone with whom you have spent unforgettable moments. Therefore, it’s important for you to give the community an idea of where are you from and what you are looking for.
Women who are attracted to women flock to LesbianPersonals for many reasons. They don’t have to pay anything to try the site, they have millions of turned-on singles and couples to choose from, and they could even get laid tonight if they want to. LesbianPersonals also likes to think of itself as a gathering place for lesbian, bisexual, queer, and questioning women to support each other.
You’ve got 24 hours, and you get the first word – no pressure, right? Bumble breaks down the unspoken rule of dating where we wait to be approached – ball’s officially in your court here. Try asking everyone the same three questions if you want to see how they all measure up, treating it like a job interview or go for a tried and tested ‘drinks Thursday?’ if you’re feeling bold.
If you want to join Raya, be prepared to do a little legwork. After downloading the app, you need to complete an application and have a referral from a current member. Your application is then assessed by certain algorithmic values before being evaluated by an anonymous committee. The entire process can take anywhere from several weeks from several months, and once you’re approved there’s also a monthly membership fee of $8.

Here's the thing about OkCupid: Their advertising is outstanding. They deserve endless applause just for that, but I realize many people on dating apps care about more than the aesthetics. Though OkCupid's advertisements may have "DTF" plastered all over them, the site's intentions and matchmaking process are no joke. The site takes compatibility factors into account that other sites haven't even thought of. 

AnastasiaDate is a free dating app that focuses on introducing its users to beautiful women from Ukraine, Russia, and Eastern Europe. If you have family ties to those regions, or you have always been fascinated by that region of the world, this free dating app will definitely appeal to you. The interface is great, and there appear to be many beautiful women with profiles on this app. If you want to say “Privet” to a beautiful lady from Russian or Eastern Europe, this is the dating app for you.
Those who were looking for love or casual sex were more likely to go on Tinder dates. Not surprisingly, the more that participants indicated casual sex as a motive for using Tinder, the more likely they were to have a one-night stand with a Tinder match. Those who used Tinder as way to boost their feelings of self-worth were less likely to have a one night stand. Interestingly, those who used Tinder because it seemed like an easier way to meet people were actually less likely to go on dates with Tinder matches. Perhaps these individuals were especially likely to be shy and thus ultimately didn't follow through with their Tinder matches.  
In August 2016, two engineers found another flaw which showed the exact location of all users' matches. The location was updated every time a user logged into the app and it worked even for blocked matches. The issue was detected in March 2016, but it was not fixed until August 2016.[76] In July 2017, a study published in Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing found that Tinder users are excessively willing to disclose their personally identifiable information.[77] In September 2017, The Guardian published an article by a journalist who requested all data that the Tinder app had recorded about her from the company and found that Tinder stores all user messages, user locations and times, the characteristics of other users who interest a particular user, the characteristics of particular users of interest to other users, the length of time users spend looking at particular pictures, which for the journalist amounted to 800 pages of detail.[78]
A “fuckboy” is a young man who sleeps with women without any intention of having a relationship with them or perhaps even walking them to the door post-sex. He’s a womanizer, an especially callous one, as well as kind of a loser. The word has been around for at least a decade with different meanings; it’s only in about the last year that it has become so frequently used by women and girls to refer to their hookups.
Why did I run away? It's kinda my thing. I'm a 23-year-old woman living in an age of swipeable romance, but until recently, I'd never used a dating app, or even really casually dated. Being single has always been enough for me, but when the new year struck, I wanted to make sure I wasn't shutting myself off from an experience that could be special. So I had decided to do the unthinkable: I, a dating app virgin, joined all the major dating apps with the goal of going on one date per app to help me get over my dating fears. I agreed to go out with anyone who asked and asked out anyone I was interested in.
Adult FriendFinder knows what it is about and doesn’t shy away from it. They are all about helping men and women looking to hookup find each other all over the world. If Tinder is the hookup app all the millennials know about Adult FriendFinder is what the slightly older crowd is familiar with. It has been around since 2006 and as a result has an absolutely huge member base and they attract an average of 25 million visits per month! To give you an idea of how big they are eHarmony, another huge dating site, only gets are 4 million visits a month.

Bumble is one of those dating apps that tries to shake things up. It'll match you like normal. However, women get to initiate chats first. She'll have 24 hours to do so and then the man will have 24 hours to reciprocate. In homosexual matches, either one can go first. Many have touted this as a way to weed out creepy people. However, we couldn't verify that one way or the other and it makes things a little difficult for male users. The app does, in fact, show you possible matches and it gives you the opportunity to talk to new people. It has problems, but it's still a cut above a lot of others. We do like it for non-straight people, though, since they do get the classic dating experience without any bottlenecks.
The downsides: There aren't really any filters other than preferred gender and age, which is pretty broad — so half of the people who Happn suggests to you might hate all of the things you like, have opposite political views, or just be the opposite of your type in general. Of course, you can swipe to avoid matching, but it would obviously be nice to narrow options down a little more. 
A Facebook account and cell phone number are required to set up a Tinder account. Once you’re on and specify what gender you’re interested in matching with, the app lets you upload up to six photos and write a short paragraph about yourself. You also have the option to link your Spotify account so potential matches can see what kind of music you like, or your Instagram account if you’d like to display even more photos. The whole setup process took our reviewers about three minutes and was far less comprehensive than sites like eharmony and Plenty of Fish.

Why it's awesome: Referred to as "Tinder for elites," The League is the dating app version of those really exclusive clubs that always have a line around the corner, terrifying bouncers, and a crazy cover. Okay, that kind of sounds like it's for assholes, but it's actually a comforting alternative if you're not trying to be thrown to the wolves like you would be on Match. ( The League CEO Amanda Bradford claims claims that it's actually a way for "alpha females" to find someone who celebrates and supports their drive.) It's overwhelming to skip past all of the sketchy randoms to get to the handful of good ones, and even then, they could totally be catfishing you. The League does the social media creeping for you, requires all users to connect a Facebook and LinkedIn account, and screens based on professional history to ensure that their dating pool is full of "intelligent, educated and ambitious" singles.
In order to stand out in this community, your profile is key. It’s up to you to keep it short or make it extensive, but you should definitely be yourself. No one wants to accept a stranger without a photograph or descriptive profile. You must keep in mind that online dating is not just like real life, where you finally stumble into love, fall in love with someone you have previously met earlier, or grow in love someone with whom you have spent unforgettable moments. Therefore, it’s important for you to give the community an idea of where are you from and what you are looking for.
All the main features, such as sending messages and finding matches are free in the application. But, there are also some additional functions that you can purchase. The options that you have at the moment include 1, 5, or 10 Tokens, and subscription for an upgraded version for different periods – 3 months, 6 months, and 12 months. Depending on your needs and how long you plan on using this app, you can find a suitable in-app purchase.
Match is also clutch because you're pretty much in control: You'll get a certain number of matches that they think you'll like per day, but you also have free rein over the search bar and can see who's nearby. This means you're able to feel out the selection and see if there are any certified hotties in your area, rather than waiting for them to give you choices or going one by one (like on Tinder). They might not have as much in common with you as your suggested matches would, but hey, does that really matter when it comes to a one night stand?
OkCupid is different from swipe-a-thons like Tinder and Bumble. It relies on an advanced algorithm to pair people up. You answer an exhaustive list of questions in order to meet your best match. Users who long for a deeper connection than the one-and-done style bio on Tinder enjoy the fact that OkCupid attempts to match you with compatible people who may be looking for a more serious commitment.
The sign-up is simple and doesn’t take as long as sites like Zoosk and Match.com, but that’s because it doesn’t try to make as thorough of an initial assessment. Once you’ve created an account, however, POF lets you make your own way to its quiz section where it provides you with its Chemistry Test (for compatibility) and a Relationship Needs Assessment (among others) -- all valuable tools to honing your search. Additionally, the site will handpick matches for you you based on your answers to the Chemistry Test. Your unique matches are generated from a statistical model based on thousands of successful couples who have taken the test .
All the main features, such as sending messages and finding matches are free in the application. But, there are also some additional functions that you can purchase. The options that you have at the moment include 1, 5, or 10 Tokens, and subscription for an upgraded version for different periods – 3 months, 6 months, and 12 months. Depending on your needs and how long you plan on using this app, you can find a suitable in-app purchase.

In the "meeting goals" section, you'll specify whether you're looking for something long term, looking to date but nothing serious, etc., and then Plenty of Fish will try to match you with others who answered similarly. The idea is to eliminate the awkward "What are we" conversations and set you up for success by pairing you with people who share your priorities. It feels like the site is geared toward people who have been unlucky with love in the past, which offers a sliver of hope to those who claim to be "forever alone." POF doesn't take all the fun away, though — you'll still get to swipe and have a fun and mysterious bio, aiming for serious connections without the serious feel.
JSwipe wanted to get in on the success of JDate and Tinder, so they combined the two. In a nutshell, it’s Tinder for Jews. Even its interface looks eerily similar, offering a free daily ‘Super Swipe’ – very original. Although, JSwipe is trying to create a more wholesome vibe to help Jewish singles find a forever partner. Generally, the profiles contain a lot more info to help with this. Also, a very interesting feature is that after 18 days, matches and all their messages will be permanently deleted, encouraging users to make things happen and not just endlessly message.

Whats Good: It will automatically send you a few matches every day at noon so that you don’t have to waste time searching for matches. It really integrates actual science when it comes to attraction and uses technology well to find perfect matches for your preferences. It allows you to even integrate the app with Fitbit to analyze your heartbeat spike to find out what it is that you really want which is as good as a technology for dating gets. It has a clean user interface and cuts to the chase without a lot of hustle.
This dating service is most widely known for being an app, but it’s also available online. Tinder lets users swipe on other user profiles: left to pass and right if you’re interested. The app largely popularized the term “swiping” in reference to selecting a mate digitally, and it almost feels like a game while you’re doing it. In 2017, the Washington Post reported the market intelligence firm AppAnnie collected data and found Tinder is one of the most popular platforms people are using to find love.
Tinder matches and any associated messages will remain until either you or your match deletes their Tinder account. Tinder users also have the option of "unmatching" users, which means that even if you become a match, either one of you can change your mind and unmatch the other. Otherwise, Tinder matches hang around until you decide to finally strike up a conversation, unlike other apps such as Bumble which instill a time limitation.
Also featured on our list of the best sex apps, Down may be more familiar to you under its original name: Bang With Friends. After changing their name, the App Store finally let Down stay on its listings. As you can probably guess from the name, this dating app is tailored towards users who want casual encounters, and not necessarily a lasting relationship.
Bumble has really taken the dating game by storm of late. Founded by an ex–Tinder employee, who experienced sexual harassment at her old job and sued the company, the app puts the power where it belongs: In the woman's hands. (As far as online dating goes, at least.) If you see someone you like, you reach out within 24 hours before the connection disappears. If you don't, you don't. End of story. For LGBT matches, either person can reach out before the connection is gone.
On POF you can browse the member pool any of seven ways, including with standard or advanced search: by who’s online, by city, by new users, contacts and favorites. Notifications for profile views are located in the Alert Center at the top of the page, while the message center and Meet Me feature are just below. Again, since it’s a free site, you can freely message other members and expect messages in return. As for the first message, expect to receive one from founder Markus Frind. He’ll suggest a few ways to make the best of POF, some of which are listed below.
Tinder has been nothing less than a cultural phenomenon, adding "swiping" to our dating lexicon. The casual dating app is incredibly straightforward and easy to use. In fact, it's so simple that, at least for the standard free version, there are really only a few things you can do on it, including updating your profile, swiping left (to pass) or right (to like), and chatting with matches.
They say they think their own anxiety about intimacy comes from having “grown up on social media,” so “we don’t know how to talk to each other face-to-face.” “You form your first impression based off Facebook rather than forming a connection with someone, so you’re, like, forming your connection with their profile,” says Stephanie, smiling grimly at the absurdity of it.

Seemingly because of the short life cycle of the services, possible matches within a user’s vicinity are immediately suggested by the app. Having an app that deletes your profile info after an hour also comes in handy when you’re looking for security to go with your hookup life. Like Wild, Pure needs no link with your Facebook account, so your security is fortified further because Facebook friends can’t find you on it. If you need a quick hook-up, Pure has the convenience advantage as well because your matches are usually close by.
Online matchmaking apps like Wingman, as well as in-person dating coaches and matchmaking services like OKSasha and Eflirt Expert, are helping millennial users make more meaningful connections when the likes of Tinder leave them frustrated. Outsourcing our dating lives to friends or hired matchmakers to vet and select dates beforehand not only creates a higher level of safety, but it helps us think about dating as an organic part of everyday social life. As Bumble's in-house sociologist Jess Carbino told Business Insider, spending less time swiping also gives us a better chance of actually meeting someone in person.
I don’t think you can get in trouble for one of my favorite pastimes, which is lightly tricking my Tinder location to figure out which boys from my high school would date me now. But maybe! (Quick tip: If you visit your hometown, don’t do any swiping while you’re there, but log in when you’re back to your normal location — whoever right-swiped you during your visit should show up. Left-swipers or non-swipers won’t because the app’s no longer pulling from that location.)
Down is basically for those who are too chicken to say they are interested in someone they know. It works by allowing users the chance to swipe up (for dates) or down (to get down) on Facebook friends. So users already need to know the person you they swiping on. They are anonymous when they swipe, and they won’t be notified unless they swipe back. Users will see 10 new profiles a day to swipe on. It seems like quite a long shot that the girl you fancy from work will happen to be on this app, but also like you. But then again, there are 5 million singles using it. So give it a go if you’re intrigued! But beware; the reviews aren’t so complimentary when it comes to the 7-day free trial. Be aware that you will be charged after the trial is up!
Why it's awesome: Referred to as "Tinder for elites," The League is the dating app version of those really exclusive clubs that always have a line around the corner, terrifying bouncers, and a crazy cover. Okay, that kind of sounds like it's for assholes, but it's actually a comforting alternative if you're not trying to be thrown to the wolves like you would be on Match. ( The League CEO Amanda Bradford claims claims that it's actually a way for "alpha females" to find someone who celebrates and supports their drive.) It's overwhelming to skip past all of the sketchy randoms to get to the handful of good ones, and even then, they could totally be catfishing you. The League does the social media creeping for you, requires all users to connect a Facebook and LinkedIn account, and screens based on professional history to ensure that their dating pool is full of "intelligent, educated and ambitious" singles.

Why it's awesome: Referred to as "Tinder for elites," The League is the dating app version of those really exclusive clubs that always have a line around the corner, terrifying bouncers, and a crazy cover. Okay, that kind of sounds like it's for assholes, but it's actually a comforting alternative if you're not trying to be thrown to the wolves like you would be on Match. ( The League CEO Amanda Bradford claims claims that it's actually a way for "alpha females" to find someone who celebrates and supports their drive.) It's overwhelming to skip past all of the sketchy randoms to get to the handful of good ones, and even then, they could totally be catfishing you. The League does the social media creeping for you, requires all users to connect a Facebook and LinkedIn account, and screens based on professional history to ensure that their dating pool is full of "intelligent, educated and ambitious" singles.
Downsides: The League is so exclusive that there's a literal wait list to be accepted onto the app — and it takes forever. There are ways to speed up the process, like being referred by a friend who's already on the app or paying some ridiculously expensive premium fee to bypass the wait. There's also no desktop version, but that doesn't matter to a lot of people.

Meeting new people and dating can be difficult when you’re constantly busy at work or studying, which is why so many people resort to using dating apps, such as Plenty of Fish. The application is popular among users of Android, Windows, and iOS devices, which means that you will have a lot of people to talk to and maybe even date. The app offers you a number of ways to find people and also allows you to discover more about yourself by using personality and relationship needs tests. If you’re looking for a simple app to explore your dating possibilities, you should certainly install POF on your smartphone or tablet.


You can find the Elite Singles app in the App Store and on Google Play, and you won’t have to pay anything to download it, upload your information and photos, search through profiles, receive matches via an exclusive algorithm, and communicate in certain ways (e.g., send virtual winks). In addition to the lack of cost, Elite Singles is highly respected, particularly because over 80% of its members have a higher education degree such as a bachelor’s or master’s.
Hopefully your opening line (or theirs!) has progressed into a natural, lively conversation, and you're now both interested enough in each other to go on a first date. It can be a useful first step to exchange phone numbers so that you can text or chat over the phone, because Tinder’s messaging system can make for slow-moving and disjointed conversation. Apart from that, Tinder dates work like any other: Think of something pleasant to do, and show up on the agreed time and date, looking sharp and ready to have a great time.

Once is for you if you are tired of all the swiping and searching for finding people who have the same interests as you do. The matchmakers of the app will pick prospective matches for you and send them to you every day at noon – convenient, isn’t it? After you are sent the matches, the control is in your hands, you can choose to go forward or try again for new matches. You can even pair it with the Fitbit app to give the matchmakers and idea about what interests you based on the spike of your heartbeat.

I was also disappointed in the notifications, which were a tad too pushy and out of touch for my taste. CMB was constantly "gently" reminding me to message users I'd matched with and I found myself disabling the app after I received a notification from it that said, "Show [Match Name] who's boss and break the ice today!" Is it just me or is it weird to imply that a potential future relationship should have a hierarchical power dynamic? At the end of the day, I have friends who've had good matches on CMB, but it isn't my favorite app. 


Nick, with his lumbersexual beard and hipster clothes, as if plucked from the wardrobe closet of Girls, is, physically speaking, a modern male ideal. That he fulfills none of the requirements identified by evolutionary psychologists as what women supposedly look for in mates—he’s neither rich nor tall; he also lives with his mom—doesn’t seem to have any effect on his ability to get rampantly laid. In his iPhone, he has a list of more than 40 girls he has “had relations with, rated by [one to five] stars…. It empowers them,” he jokes. “It’s a mix of how good they are in bed and how attractive they are.”
Looking for dating apps for long-term relationships? Or want something social and flirty? Prefer paid apps? Or want to start with something free? Our review of 2019's best dating apps with help you find the app (or apps!) best suited to your needs, no matter what style of dating you prefer. 2019 is the year of dating apps - and these are the best of the best.

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Eventbrite is a local events app. It helps you find things to do that are in your general area. You can also do things like buy tickets or otherwise RVSP to events you want to go to. It also comes with Android Pay support, Android Wear support, and comes with tons of information. This is a great way to see events near you. It also helps that going out and doing things helps you meet new people. Being at an event you both enjoy is an excellent ice breaker that can lead to fun activities later. It's not a bad way to get out of the house, meet some people, and if you're lucky, it can start a good path to getting laid.

Note:  It's almost impossible to find a dating site or app that doesn't have some sort of paid upgrade feature, but these are the sites where the free option gives you most everything you need to experience the full site (paid options mostly give you more unlimited access, like unlimited swipes or returning to an accidental left-swipe, but to some people, that's helpful). These aren't like Match or eharmony where you need to pay to do basically anything. There are significantly more smartphone apps that offer full-fledged freemiums than there are desktop dating sites, so having a smartphone is pretty much a necessity. 
Tinder Plus users get one free "boost" a week, which means that Tinder will make you the top profile in your area for 30 minutes. Ordinary Tinder users can also pay for individual boosts via the app at a rate that changes depending on how many boosts you buy. This is a way to potentially get more matches by making you much more visible to other users, but again, it's no guarantee, so spend wisely.
Did you find your favorite dating app on our list of the 10 best hookup apps of 2019? Do let us know. Whenever you use this list for your next fling, be sure to follow our guide to a safe dating experience as well. And now that you have been with us till this point, we wish you a very happy date! Feel free to browse our site should you feel like it.
When we think PURE, we think purely physical. If you're tired of getting signals crossed or dread being asked "What are we?" by a friend with benefits, PURE is the place to find a booty call who won't try to text you earlier than midnight. App rules urge you to "pretend like you're strangers afterwards," making no-strings-attached the only name of the game here. This minimalistic and hella millennial app is fast, no nonsense, and the blueprint of what a hookup app should be. (They quite literally call refer to themselves as "The Hookup App," so.) 
The login process for POF is simple: just enter your email address or your username and password and voila -- you're signed in. Like the rest of the site, there aren't any complicated bells or whistles, just the basics needed to get the job done. Making things even easier, when using the mobile apps you can select to have the app remember your username and password so there’s no need to continually login. 
The first thing you need to decide is how committed you are. As in, how much do you want to pay to make your heart go pitter-patter? Some apps, like Plenty of Fish, let you view profiles and send messages for free. Most of the others let you view your potential matches without charging, but make you pony up and subscribe if you want to actually reach out to them. While the monthly charges for the apps we review here range in price from $10 to more than $40, most offer a discount if you commit to a long-term subscription such as six months or a year. (You're not afraid of commitment, are you?) Then, there are all of the add-ons. Options—letting you pay to boost your ranking in search results, letting someone know that you are really, really interested in him or her or them, or undoing a dreaded left-swipe that was supposed to be a right-swipe—will cost you extra. While some apps may advertise themselves as free, all of them will try to get a buck from you in the end.
Any app that matches people based on friends of friends is a friend of mine. Isn't that how the expression goes? No? Anyway, Hinge is all about introducing you to people who are connected to your real life Facebook friends, or to your Facebook friends' Facebook friends, so you'll never have more than one degree of separation when you meet. ("So, how do you know Jacob?" is always a good starting line.)
Participation in Down is completely safe and secret until you choose otherwise.  With only a limited amount of information needed, anonymity is high.  The key to success is creating a profile and honestly stating what you are interested in.  Whether you choose to Get Down or Get Date with someone, members you are interested in cannot see you until they also choose to Get Down or Get Date with you.  The app empowers you to connect with others nearby who have the same desires in a simple and honest way that gets you what you want and does not waste anyone’s time.
(The data underpinning a widely cited study claiming millennials have fewer sex partners than previous generations proves to be open to interpretation, incidentally. The study, published in May in the Archives of Sexual Behavior, became a talking point for its surprising conclusion that millennials are having sex with fewer people than Gen X-ers and baby-boomers at the same age. When I asked Jean Twenge and Ryne Sherman, two of the study’s authors, about their methodology, they said their analysis was based partly on projections derived from a statistical model, not entirely from direct side-by-side comparisons of numbers of sex partners reported by respondents. “All data and all studies are open to interpretation—that’s just the nature of research,” Twenge said.)

Match is also clutch because you're pretty much in control: You'll get a certain number of matches that they think you'll like per day, but you also have free rein over the search bar and can see who's nearby. This means you're able to feel out the selection and see if there are any certified hotties in your area, rather than waiting for them to give you choices or going one by one (like on Tinder). They might not have as much in common with you as your suggested matches would, but hey, does that really matter when it comes to a one night stand?
On the other hand, people who value anonymity may find the app inconvenient because well, any of their Facebook friends can find them. The app has ads, and accidentally swiping left may make you lose out on a chance because they’re irreversible. That means that if you swipe left when you’re distracted, you can never view that profile gain unless you go premium. And don’t forget, Tinder’s a regular dating up so sometimes you’re going to have trouble knowing who’s using the app to hook up and who wants the whole dating experience.
"Match.com is probably the most popular and best to use app out there. They are constantly innovating and improving the app. I can search by location, body type, eye color, etc. Contacting members is easy and I have had no problem finding dates. In fact, sometimes it can be a little overwhelming with how many messages you get but of course it all depends on how much you reach out and respond to others. I liek that you can also view members from around the world not just local. Good for travelling singles."

Most dating apps have both a free and paid version. Choosing not to shell out for the paid membership option won’t stop you from meeting the partner of your dreams. Most of the perks offered—such as the ability to swipe right on an unlimited number of potential matches—only make a difference for the heaviest power users. If you find a service you really like and want to see what additional features could do for you, don’t let me stop you. But when you’re first starting out, it can often be more helpful to try different apps to see what works—rather than financially committing to one option. Plus, dating apps can get expensive: Bumble’s paid tier costs up to $24.99 a month, whereas Tinder’s starts at $9.99 for users under 30 and $19.99 for anyone older.
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