The service mashes up your Pinterest, Facebook, and Twitter accounts, then looks up your Klout score to make potential matches.
Another service that recently made headlines as a potential safety hazard was the i Phone app, Girls Around Me.
We believe these are enough fundamental reasons for two people to meet and fall in love, and so we created the first Mac-inspired dating site to help you find other Machearts around you.
Not everybody is cut out for dating – and singledom can be hard, especially if you’re not exactly a social butterfly.
Fortunately, the Internet has been a great (and inventive) tool for the shy and introverted among us to connect with that cute stranger across the metaphorical room.
VIP members can find out who has viewed their profile.(There’s even a dating site for Star Trek fans.)For passionate readers, a shared interest in literature is as key to their hunt for a mate as looks and location.“Readers are romantic by nature,” says Matt Sherman, who created the site with friend Matt Masina.“Readers like fantasy, the idea of being taken away. , but out there in the real world, it can oftentimes be difficult to find someone who’s even stepped foot in a bookstore,” the website reads. Sherman handles the techy part while Masina is responsible for marketing.But what if it’s a very unique type of love you’re looking for? Think of Skyecandy’s video feature as virtual speed dating: You can make yourself available for up to 10 video dates at anytime, and after setting your date preferences, you can begin a video date with a random match for a couple of minutes.After every video date, you can say Yes or No to the match. Once you say yes, you can get access to the person’s IM and social media contacts so you can resume your date outside of Skyecandy.