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The in-depth look at the app-centered dating culture influenced Hinge to rebrand as the "relationship app," which launched last week.

Now for a fee of you have access to users who are looking for more than just a hookup.

(As a note, Hinge doesn't ask about gender identification.) Here are the top 30, along with a few key facts, including what city they live in, and a link to see their profile on Hinge if you want to send a "like" their way.

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When the user opens the app, they see the people with whom they have already matched, making the experience about the existing connection, not the next one."You get dropped right into people's stories, which is a series of questions that they've answered and photos that they've posted," Hinge CEO Justin Mc Leod said in an interview with NPR.

With all dating apps, you're certain to be sifting through a lot of less-desirable prospects until you find that special someone, and even with a fee of you're going to have some crazies out there because no matter what, dating sites are full of them.

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The app is designed to help users connect over shared interests such as movies, books or experiences by dropping them into other users’ stories, in which people have responded to a series of questions and posted photos.

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Bethesda ranked first in hometowns with the most sought-after guys and third behind Greenwich and Boca Raton, Florida, in the ranking of hometowns with the most sought-after women.

The app, which has been installed by more than 2 million people, recently underwent a makeover and relaunched in October with the goal of trying to create relationships rather than dates for its users, according to a NPR report.