The pair are behind Dil Mil, described as a “Tinder alternative” for the South Asian community.
Since Dhaliwal, 27, and Toor, 33, founded the app in 2015, they claim it has made more than 5 million matches — leading to about one marriage every day.
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While many dating apps used by millennials allow for filtering for categories such as location, height and age, potential users are left with a largely random pool of potential matches on which to swipe right (if they are interested) or left (if they are not).
Shalom and Dil Mil rely on algorithms that suggest matches based on user behavior and data, so that people are more likely to see profiles that are to their liking.
For example, users have to follow a specific format when giving their geographic locations.
What sets Shalom apart from competitors such as Tinder as well as the Jewish JDate, JSwipe and Saw You At Sinai, they claim, is its use of technology and multiple kinds of data to suggest matches.After a few emails back and forth, Amy said she didn’t understand my last message.“I’m a personal assistant powered by artificial intelligence that schedules meetings via email and I am only able to respond to messages directly related to scheduling,” she wrote, suggesting I contact Dhaliwal directly.Why do some relationships last decades while others fizzle out after a few months?At Compatible Partners, we’ve spent many years studying people in relationships and identifying the factors that make two people truly....compatible.