Location-based services like Foursquare are here to stay, that much is true. In 2009, a study by online dating site Skout noted that 69% of people were comfortable meeting up with someone they met on their i Phone, and 40% were using a mobile dating service while out at bars, clubs and restaurants.For some, however, local deals and specials only go so far. Now GPS dating apps for those looking for local love have flooded the i Phone and Android markets.You have three options: Yes, Yes (but we need to talk first), or No Thanks.If you indicate yes, you’ll need to indicate whether you are sober, of if you have had a few drinks.
The network has been heralded as a great way to meet new people, find a date or connect with locals while traveling.
While it might come off as snobby or elitist, this app claims that its members include CEOs, entrepreneurs, investors, millionaires, beauty queens, fitness models, Hollywood celebrities, pro athletes, doctors, and lawyers.
If you’re looking to date someone in those lines of work, this might be the app for you.
Not only are there dating apps for your mobile, but long before any of this there was dating services provided by newspapers and television programs.
First, we turn on the TV and get bombarded with advertisements for commercials for “Christian Mingle”, “Match.com”, and “Ok Cupid”, all promising the same results- meet your future wife/husband/partner here- no strings attached!