Unlike other apps where you swipe through lots of people, this app sends you one “bagel” it thinks you might like each day at noon.
These bagel boys (or women) are based not just on your own stated preferences, but on an algorithm of what it thinks you will like, and is more likely to recommend friends-of-friends from your Facebook.
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The pair were seen kissing at the end of the last ITVBe series after an on-off relationship.
Which was odd only because while she herself is Arab, she never expressed any desire to date only Arab men.
Coffee Meets Bagel’s whole thing is that it does the sorting for you.
A friend (who wishes to remain anonymous because she doesn't want her family knowing she online dates) noticed something strange recently after she had been using the dating app Coffee Meets Bagel for a while: It kept sending her a certain type of guy.
Which is to say, it kept suggesting men who appear to be Arabs or Muslim.