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I’m not trying to get all “Sex and the City” in this article.

From Ok Cupid, Tinder, Grinder, Coffee Meets Bagel, Match.com, Hinge, to Happn (which matches you with random people you pass on the street), everybody seems to be on one.

There’s even more “specific” apps that narrow down your ideal partner by religion, race or level of interest in vampires…

When Shreyas Deokule phoned his parents in Mumbai, India, in the summer of 2008, he received unexpected news.

They had posted his profile on a matrimonial Web site.

"We had a major argument after that," said Deokule, 30, who works as a software consultant in Kansas City, Mo.