You can now ask your Facebook friends about their relationship status through a button on their profiles.
Singles are raving about the new flirting app, Twine, because it lets them meet and talk with strangers without revealing their identity. Unlike other dating apps, Twine ensures balance by queuing users until there is an equal number of men to women. Plus, their video is a great demonstration of dating diversity. Watch it below.
Reality TV host, Chris Harrington of The Bachelor has been working on a dating app with the show’s creator that utilizes videos to showcase singles. Called At First Sight, the app is equipped with its own messaging system, but ironically has no video chats. If you want to have facetime, you’ll need to use another platform like Google Hangout or Skype.
More than half of U.S. adults shares details of their love lives on Facebook, according to a study of more than 1,000 people conducted by Abine, a privacy software company.
A thief got the surprise of his life earlier this week when he showed up for a hot date with a girl he met on OKCupid, only to discover that the “girl” was actually the guy he swiped a phone from on New Year’s Eve!
Ever wondered which cities had the most hopping single life? SNAP Interactive has just released data about the top ten cities for online dating and mobile dating, as well as the top ten cities with the hottest singles.
With over 1.3 billion mobile phones sold around the world, it’s never been easier to connect with people nearby—be it for love or just a hook up.
You think it’s easy? Find out just what it takes to date a blogger.
Should you be afraid? Already, close to 1,600 comments show that Gawker commenters are desperate to date. Fortunately, they seem inclined to stick to each other.
After analyzing two days of activity – 100,000 online encounters – SpeedDate released data about who on their site is more likely to break the ice to start a first-time online meeting. Findings conclude that 78% of men initiate conversation compared to 22% of women. However, starting at age 42, the number of women initiating conversation dramatically increases to the point that by age 60 women are more likely than men to click first.