How it works: Members can sign up for free and post ideas for dates.This helps speed up the process, as often a member will have tickets for a specific concert or sporting event, and will list the date/time of the potential date.Users can then visit their profile or send a message. is one of the largest free dating sites in the world, with over 2 million Americans logging on to the site each day. Users can also search for singles from their mobile app using new filters such as: education, height and body type.Other features you can access from your mobile phone include: viewing the famous Ok Cupid questions, watching the activity stream of potential dates, saving a profile as a favorite, viewing your visitors, and ranking your potential dates from 1-5 stars in their "Quick Match" feature. Plenty Of Fish has always understood the importance of singles meeting face to face. How About We: i Os and Android How About We now provides an online meet-and-greet, with the goal of being an offline dating service for both singles and couples.Each user's profile will state your Match, Friend and Enemy percentages, similar to what you'll find on the web-based site. Their new "Date Night" feature will tell other singles in your area that you're available for a date this weekend. Their mobile app lets you view full screen photos, and dates of people in your area.
The convenience of dating from your mobile phone not only results in meeting more people, but it also speeds up the process from initial contact to meeting in person, and it allows you to connect through Facebook to see if you have friends in common, which gives instant credibility to your potential date.
e Harmony: i Os and Android e Harmony is responsible for over 1 million people getting married since they launched in 2000. Their mobile app downloads surpassed the five million mark over the summer.
e Harmony reports that users tend to access their mobile apps 5 or more times throughout the day, compared to twice a day on the computer.
According to the Pew Internet Project's research study related to mobile technology, 56 percent of Americans have a smartphone, and 29 percent of cell phone owners describe their device as something they can't imagine living without.
I've often said that if your cell phone was waterproof, it would end up in the shower with you.