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Ok Cupid has a patented Compatibility Matching System, which uses complicated algorithms to pick your matches.

Given that all we've been doing thus far to pick our men is saying, "He's hot," we can't help but think this would be an improvement.

We recently added Canada to our list of countries worth moving to.

Maple Match hilariously promises to enable your move north by partnering you with a Canadian.

Your Lively profile will pull videos and images from various apps on your phone and edit them together to tell a complete story about you.

Just be warned in advance that it's unlikely that the attractive celebrity with whom you're matched will be dating only you anytime in the near future.Though you can choose to select less commitment-focused options in terms of your dating goals, Ok Cupid tends to feel more adult and therefore more serious in nature than other apps.This can be a good thing if you're looking for someone who will step off the dating carousel with you at long last.If you, however, laughed out loud at that statement (we did), you might want to consider signing up for Wingman.

This app leaves the fate of your dating life in the hands of your friends, who are the sole deciders when it comes to who you will or will not go out with.If you, like us, live in a sprawling city like Los Angeles, you know how important convenient geography can be in terms of making a relationship last.Sparkology requires that men be graduates of top-tier universities in order to join, which feels a bit gross considering it doesn't have the same standards for women.In a recent study, analytics company Applause ranked apps based on their user reviews, and this one came in third, which is promising.



Oct 9, 2013. Find me a group of 30-year-old men and I'll pick out one overgrown frat dude living with roommates, another guy who just dropped his two kids off at school, a few. Now it's seven years later, his hair got bored and left, and his high school lacrosse glory isn't part of the conversation that much these days.… continue reading »


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