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“It’s really hard to make new friends when you move to the city,” explains the site’s co-founder Peter Di Bari, who only knew one person in the city when he moved here from Boston three years ago for a job at American Express.He tried making connections at work; through the site meetup.com; and at sports leagues, such as Zog Sports, before realizing they were all “awkward and weird.” Di Bari, 38, and co-worker John Boese, 40, decided to create a new site based on matching people’s personalities as well as interests.Piper, despite having more than 300 friends on Facebook, found himself in a predicament shared by many millennials: He had no real friends to hang out with.“I had been in a relationship for the past year, but I was lacking social connection outside of that,” says Piper, a Ph. candidate in neural science at NYU, who moved to the city from Oregon two years ago.Standing in front of Francois Payard Bakery at Columbus Circle, Walter Piper shifts his weight nervously from one foot to the other.
Hinge shows users the profiles of single people close by.
Founded in 2011, Hinge made a huge comeback and rebranded as a mobile app in February 2013.
Its number of active users has grown by five times over the past year.
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