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Muzmatch's religious parameters, which members can check off, include the sect of Islam and things such as how often they pray.
A wali, or guardian, can be nominated as a third-party moderator to monitor chats within the app, and photos can be made private.
The Muslim demographic in Britain is young, with with 48 percent under the age of 24, compared to 31 percent for the overall population.
Muzmatch is not the only one trying to get a share of that target market, with competitors such as Canadian-based Salaam Swipe and Minder from the US.
For the past four weeks, she has been using Muzmatch, a smartphone app for Muslims to meet potential marriage partners.
But unlike well-established dating apps, such as Tinder and Hinge, Muzmatch specifically caters to Muslims searching for a spouse - giving young Muslims greater influence in finding the right mate.
"It feels like for ever," says the 33-year-old financial adviser from Birmingham who is of Pakistani-Kashmiri heritage.
As most of her friends are secular and white, she says she rarely meets single Muslim men.
In the UK, for instance, between 20, Muslims were the fastest growing religious group - from three percent to 4.8 percent of Brits identifying as Muslim - to a total of 2.7 of the population.
Shelina Janmohamed, author "Although my family have my best interests at heart, only I know what I'm really after," Thakur adds, noting that she's interested in a combination of Islamic principles and an engaging personality in her future partner.
Many young Muslims around the British Isles are brought up in traditional households, but without a wider community with a shared cultural heritage.
"If anything, they are asserting their faith more strongly, but in a way that will connect to the wider world around them."Last January, she met 23-year-old business owner Hakim - of Pakistani and West Indian origin - using the app.
They chatted on Whats App and met in person a month later.