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When it comes to the most popular dating app out there, you may be surprised to see what's happening in your area.

Because while there are some definite heavy hitters in the dating app world, there's actually a huge amount of variation in what's popular around the country.

Though Coffee Meets Bagel only got two percent of the searches around the country, it was the most searched for dating app in Hawaii and among men and those with a math science background.

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“We use the psychology behind your answers to figure out what the best match for you really is,” says Maalouf. “Unfortunately in the region, religion is very important.

We know couples in Lebanon that were in love and weren’t able to get married because of religious differences.

So here's what the map looks like, so you can see exactly what's going on in your state.

Plenty Of Fish, a free app, came out as the highest indexed dating app.

With a small marketing budget, the site soft-launched on Valentines Day 2013 with a goal to win 15,000 registered users. Without any advertising since April, et3arraf’s user-base has grown to 56,000.

It is most popular in Saudi Arabia and Egypt, followed by Jordan and Morocco.When online matchmaker et3arraf closed its second round of funding this week, CEO Cedric Maalouf was ecstatic.The Arab “marriage-oriented” dating website attracted attention from angel investors and venture capital firms, and received term sheets from investors who weren’t even pitched.Calling it a “good problem,” Maalouf is waiting for his lawyers to weigh in, but thinks he’d prefer angel to VC financing: “We still decide everything about the site and I am not sure if I want to share it with someone yet.” Et3arraf lays claim to being the first Middle Eastern dating platform, “for Arabs, by Arabs, in Arabic.” “We think we are successful in countries where cultural constraints make it difficult for singles from opposite gender to meet,” say Maalouf and his co-founder Rakan Nimer.The idea for et3arraf was borne from a heartbreak Maalouf suffered in France.’ This is the kind of question you cannot ask of an Arabic audience,” insists Maalouf.

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