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Iran unveils state-approved Islamic dating app to boost marriage

Users of app Hamdam have to take a psychology test, and successful matches will be accompanied by a consultant for the first four years of marriage

Iran has unveiled a state-sanctioned Islamic dating app aimed at facilitating “lasting and informed marriage” for its youth, state television reported.

Called Hamdam – Farsi for “companion” – the service allows users to “search for and choose their spouse”, the broadcaster said on Monday.

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