works best if you let it roam your Facebook feed after you sign in through Twitter digits.You can’t send another message after that unless the person is interested, so it prevents harassment.” Unlike other sites, Carter says you can only be interacting with five people at a time per month.
Their specialty is technical writing, but Carter said their interest in the online dating world led to the L. “We were surprised to find out that the height metric was something very important to a lot of women,” Carter says. Once you finally choose who you want to speak to, you send an intro that’s 140 characters that conveys your personality.
“(People would say) I don’t know if they’re talking to 500 other people when they talk to me. The LOV app analyzes what you say, what your friends say, your bio, and it comes up with suggestions for a love match.
“I kept seeing the same sort of stories,” Carter says. Its proprietary algorithm works like some of those Facebook quizzes about whether you were Cleopatra in a previous life.
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