Here’s another friends-of-friends dating site that finds matches through Facebook.

Using Facebook, Hinge sends you a selection of friends-of-friends every day at noon.

A simple profile photo followed by age, job and education information are all users have to go off of when they rate the potential connection on a scale of one to five.

Hall decided to investigate the connection, and learn more about who was meeting their significant other this way, and how well these marriages fared.

The sample included 19,131 participants who had been married once between 20, and were asked where they met – was it online dating sites; email or instant messaging; online communities such as chat rooms or virtual reality games; or social networking sites.

It also lets users hook up and Netflix accounts, which is a unique way for singles to display personality and tastes.

This all-male dating app matches guys with nearby singles, similar to Tinder, with only a photo and a brief profile.

The true intentions (“trints”), which can range from “let’s talk” to “coffee” to “romance” to “hookup,” aren’t revealed unless there is a successful match.

But singles can leave a hint if they’re feeling brave.

Instead, it encourages them to score the date with – not wits or smarts – but gifts. Post an update like “Who wants to go surfing this afternoon?