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If nobody is friends with your friends — or if you've already made your way through all those potential matches — the app starts recommending more tangential connections, like people whose Facebook friends share Facebook friends with you.
But the focus is on finding people who are somewhere in your social network.
If you live in Boston and go on a day trip to New York City, Tinder will start showing you New York matches, while Hinge will keep serving up Bostonians unless you manually change your hometown in your profile.
The app also doesn't automatically update when you change locations.
"In our major markets, one in five of your friends is on Hinge," she continues.
"Our users can receive up to 20 potentials a day." If you're on the app, chances are a lot of your friends are, too; the average user has about 50 Facebook friends on Hinge.
Previous iterations of the app gave users new potential matches once a day, but now matches come in a regular trickle, like Tinder but with lower volume.
The main difference, though, is that Hinge focuses on matching you with people you share Facebook friends with, if you have a Facebook account.