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), you’re more likely to see them in the flesh first, and you turn to the app to find their profile and indicate your interest.Mingleton actually started out as a side project created by 24-year old Harvard grads, Obi Ekekezie and Joel Ayala.That's still some way behind Tinder's estimated 50 million users, but it's a positive start, and is probably a reflection of the fact that Spark offers something different.Marsden insists that it is not just another hook-up app.

Ayala’s background is in finance, and he’s worked at Goldman Sachs and Citigroup in the past, and is now doing corporate strategy and finance in the ad tech space.The idea of tapping into BLE flips the idea of mobile dating apps on its head.Instead of seeing someone’s picture in the app before trying to find them in the room (damn those group photo shots!Now, instead of just taking sneaky snaps and submitting them to Tube Crush, admirers will be able to make contact by Spark.Demand for the app is already high, with over 4,000 users signing up before it launched last Sunday.

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