New social dating app
Matches are not currently picked out by language-analysing algorithms, and users simply swipe through profiles peppered with Twitter information.But according to the designers, this could be about to change.
Users can also write a fun fact that is up to 140 characters long.It generates a user's emotional style and says what they are like - all from tweets'Instead, we want to shift the emphasis away from a user interface that encourages snap judgements.He explained: 'We're working with science partners for a new direction in swiping that's as much about your thoughts, feelings and opinions as it is your looks.Bumble, the mobile dating app that has more than 21 million users around the world, today launched a career networking function where people can upload details of their education and experience, as well as using the app to find a date. Bumble was launched in 2014 by Whitney Wolfe, one of the founders of Tinder, in an attempt to make mobile dating more female-friendly: on Bumble, it's only women who can write the first message to a potential date."Bumble has facilitated over 350 million women-led first moves and had over 3 billion messages sent.Mr Smith told Mail Online: 'The next step for us is an exciting new area in dating of matching algorithms based on language analysis.'We're already developing a new feature, planned for release by the end of 2017, where we show a "compatibility score" between two users based on their language used, both at the pre-match stage (when you view another Twitter-connected user) and the post-match stage (when you're chatting to another user).
The company has also worked with Receptiviti on a 'Twitter Personality Test' that reveals insights into a user's personality from their tweets and even offers dating tips, such as: 'Get to the point quickly and don't waste their time.
Over 35 million members are already on Qeep and more than 15,000 new members join every day. Play Match and like and get matched to members, who like you.
Would you use the same app to find a new job as well as a potential life partner? dating industry alone is said to be worth around $3 billion, and now Bumble is set to take a slice out of the recruiting industry, estimated by Deloitte to be worth $200 billion worldwide.
If you're fed up of ogling profile pictures of singles only to swipe right in vain, then there's good news.
A new dating app lets users find matches based on more than just looks.
The article showcased a tool called Analyse Words that generated a user's emotional style and said whether they were worried, angry or depressed, as well as revealing their social and thinking styles - all from tweets.