Dating without login
Zoosk makes finding singles easy by linking to personal accounts where singles can chat it up.With the app available in 25 languages and 70 countries, your dating pool is plentiful.At least, that's the approach taken by two provocateurs who launched this week, with profiles – names, locations and photos – scraped from publicly accessible Facebook pages.The site categorizes these unwitting volunteers into personality types, using a facial recognition algorithm, so you can search for someone in your general area who is "easy going," "smug" or "sly." magazine, explain why they made the site."Facebook, an endlessly cool place for so many people, becomes at the same time a goldmine for identity theft and dating – unfortunately, without the user's control," the two explain.Facebook, as you might expect, is not amused."Scraping people's information violates our terms," said Barry Schnitt, Facebook's director of policy communications."We have taken, and will continue to take, aggressive legal action against organizations that violate these terms.
Ok Cupid's Twitter-like broadcast is sent to people with similar interests.
This feature is often used for the more casual dater, but don’t let that steer you away.
Dating apps provide users with more than just dating, they’re also about making connections with people whose interests are similar to yours—which could lead to a lifelong kind of love.
Each of these get-to-know-me smartphone apps allows you to control who you want to see and where you want to see them.
Many of them use geo-location services to let you know who’s in the area and if you can meet up.