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“Both those figures are growing daily.” Shapira has been in the Jewish – and general – dating business for a long time.

In 1996 he developed JDate with partner Alon Carmel, running the company until he left in 2006.

“I see it as a place for young Jews to meet other young Jews,” Shapira told The Times of Israel.

“Of course we don’t police the user base, so it is possible that some of the users may be non-Jews – about 10%, by our estimate.

In 2012, he established Jfiix, the modern millennial take on Jewish dating.

“JDate was fine for Generation X, but the 20-somethings today are looking for a more mobile-oriented experience – hence the overwhelming popularity of Tinder and its imitators.

The IVF process worked and I am in my 18th week as I type this.

I am grateful to have the first trimester behind me and to enjoy the privilege of sharing this exciting news with friends far and near.

But, when to share the news with a potential suitor is a mystery.

Apps like Tinder have redefined the way couples hook up, either for short-term fun or long-term relations.

Jewish millennials are part of the Tinder generation, so to help them meet Jewish mates, Joe Shapira, the creator of legendary Jewish dating site JDate, developed a new app called Jfiix, which he hopes will help keep more Jews in the fold.

The IVF process worked and I am in my 18th week as I type this.

I am grateful to have the first trimester behind me and to enjoy the privilege of sharing this exciting news with friends far and near.

But, when to share the news with a potential suitor is a mystery.

Apps like Tinder have redefined the way couples hook up, either for short-term fun or long-term relations.

Jewish millennials are part of the Tinder generation, so to help them meet Jewish mates, Joe Shapira, the creator of legendary Jewish dating site JDate, developed a new app called Jfiix, which he hopes will help keep more Jews in the fold.

But we market to Jewish users, and encourage Jews to bring their friends in – so we are pretty confident that the average user will most likely end up meeting a Jewish mate.” Jfiix has been in use among Israelis for about two years and has some 250,000 users here, and about three months ago an English-language version for use by American Jews was released as well.