Dubbed “the Google of online dating,” OKCupid hit the scene in 2004.
By connecting to Facebook and Twitter, the app lets you see, in real time, how to connect with those physically around you.
Each time you check in to a location, Sonar checks whether other users are nearby.
From there, you can make the decision whether to say hello.
Although Sonar doesn’t define itself as a geo-location dating service, the company’s goal is to “uncover the hidden connections you miss everyday, in real time, in the palm of your hand.” One of the safest apps out there, Skout’s terrific flagging services alert users of inappropriate contact.
Just visit the Parship Magazine for general dating advice and even submit your own questions if you like.
Parship is designed to help discerning singles find meaningful relationships based on genuine compatibility factors and things that really matter.
Lucy, an IBM Programme Manager who met Pete through Parship two years ago, says: “I loved the compatibility test where I then stood a chance of meeting someone who I really was compatible with.
Because of this, I believe there is true honesty on the site by those who take the time to complete their profiles in detail and the compatibility test.
What do you think about the future of mobile connection?