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Dating app, Tinder, used by an estimated 50 million people worldwide, has revolutionised how couples connect, but despite advances, men and women are still making choices largely based on biology, according to a study.
New research has revealed men who use the smartphone app are likely to rate attractiveness as most important, with women ranking intelligence and stability.