When it comes to digital dating these days, it’s all about location, location, location (and how flattering your profile picture on Facebook or Twitter is, of course).
Recently launched mobile dating apps like Soul2Match and Blendr are using GPS technology and sophisticated biometric facial recognition software to help singles connect with potential mates while on the go.
Even online dating has gone mobile and it’s changing the way we date. Location and appearance based mobile applications are taking us back to the basics of what brings couples together: physical proximity and attraction.
The question is, with all of this technology at our fingertips – will real women and real men use these applications? Would you trust these apps to find a match for you? I mean, if you struggle already, what makes you think a mobile app could do any better?