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This data-driven service does all the computations to take bad matches out of the equation using a seemingly endless supply of questions to turn its budding romantics into ones and zeros.By providing users with match percentages, Ok Cupid shows them how good a fit their prospective dates could be.
e Harmony also gives you insight into on your own personality that you may have never realized before.The games not only introduce you to new people, but they also help the app to learn your interests so it can find more compatible people for your next game.Then, once you’ve found someone you’re interested in, you can chat, revealing your personal details only once you’re ready.As a result, people don’t have to put any financial skin in the game, which is ironic because some of the fellas have been known to ask to see some skin in private messages.Maybe if they had to pay, they’d take it more seriously.Four-legged friends also calm anxiety and help with loneliness, just the thing for a broken heart.
If that’s still not enough, rescuing a pet can actually make you hotter.
Still, by relying mostly on in-depth user profiles (with pictures, of course), it’s a somewhat old school way for solo artists put their best foot forward.
And though its service is free for looking, you have to pay to play.
According to research by Pet Smart Charities and Match, 59% of singles revealed that discovering a mate’s pet was adopted, not bought, made them more attracted to their partner. Petfinder is available for free on the App Store and Google Play. Tinder: Possibly the hottest app on Earth right now, Tinder has brought dating into the mobile era, with a mate-browsing interface that’s so easy you only need to wiggle a finger to get someone’s attention.
The service connects to your Facebook account, linking to your pictures and other relevant data, but keeping your name and contact information private.
But don’t take too long — JSwipe makes messages disappear after a few days, encouraging extra-app interaction sooner rather than later. And with 82% of its 2.3 million subscribers over age 30, it’s aimed squarely at the pre-mobile Internet user.