), the Huff Post Women team is a bit perplexed by the site's peculiar accuracy.
If not for love, at least a fun confirmation of compatibility.
Hopefully this information can help decide if this service would be worth your time or not.
If you are interested, you can see more on my thoughts on this topic in my article titled Is Online Dating Worth It?
When you visit Match.com, you’ll be presented with a form to search for singles where you can enter simple details, such as if you are a man looking for a woman, etc.
I won’t spend too much time on this question mostly because I’m biased: I met my wife using
I understand if you’re having reservations about giving the service a try (I had the same reservations myself).
But I can tell you that work…although the process isn’t necessarily “easy”.
In the rest of this article I’ll discuss how works and how you would use it to meet other singles.
Lately, the amount of online dating apps -- helping you get busy everywhere from a night out with friends to the mile high club -- has become downright dizzying.
If you like your matches a bit simpler (but still just as accurate), we may have found the perfect app for you. " MTV Asia has launched the Match Machine, an app that compares your Facebook profile to all of your friends' to "help you find your perfect match." The app allows you to select female matches, male matches or both to find the most compatible companion -- whether you're doing it "for fun, for love or for both." Reminiscent of the days of The Love Calculator, the Match Machine helps you find your cyber soulmate with just one click.
After a quick office poll, we realized the Match Machine is pretty spot on.
From college roommates to boyfriends to even an ex-boyfriend (is this love algorithm trying to tell me something?