Facebook dating applications review
Tinder got there first, and has really revamped mobile dating into something many existing online services are now trying to mimic. The app is relatively new, but I know a lot of people that swear by it.
Give it a whirl by clicking here and see what you think.
Tinder uses Facebook profiles to authenticate real people and keep what the app believes is “quality control” to the highest possible level.
It also uses your Facebook profile to match you up with people of similar interests and your Facebook likes as well as finding your location.
You can also see how Tinder compares to Happn, a location based dating service, and OKCupid, which is one of the biggest, data-centric dating applications on the planet.
Both are great and often you’ll get the best results when using all three –– or four, if you include Bumble. If you’re bored of Tinder, another excellent option to try is Love Struck.
But while that is certainly the most well-known implementation, Facebook relies on the technology extensively for translating posts on News Feed, among other uses.
Additionally, the team hopes to further experiment with the applications of multi-hop attention.
Online dating has been around for a while now and it's something most people have probably tried (and perhaps become tired of) at some point or another.
However, with the surge in popularity of smart devices and their accompanying apps, it was only a matter of time until someone came up with a clever way of merging online dating with your phone.
Tinder recently made some pretty BIG changes to how it does business. And, worse still, if you’re over 30 years old it costs more –– talk about ageism.
Previously you could like and swipe as many people as you wanted, but nowadays the amount of likes you can do in one 24 hour period is limited to around 100. So the bad news is there currently isn’t a way to use Tinder without using your Facebook account.