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SkaDate Dating Software Roundup: November 6 – 9

SkaDate Dating Software Roundup: November 6 – 9


SkaDate Dating Software Roundup: November 6 - 9In the SkaDate Dating Software Roundup: with the techno boom continuing, the young adults change the traditional ways of dating; face recognition is quickly becoming the newest get-it trend, while celebrities confess to trying online dating like the rest of us. Get the SkaDate dating script if you haven’t already, to benefit from all the latest tips we compile for you from all over the web.

Technology Changing the Way Young Adults Date (KELOLAND)
With an estimated 54 million single Americans in the country, about 40 million have tried online dating, according to the Washington Post.

New Service Uses Face Recognition to Suggest Matches  (USA Today)

Christina Bloom of New York, founder of Find Your FaceMate: “In the beginning, it’s the face, you have the potential to be a great match, says Bloom, who explains some celebrity pairings on her website. She adds that she was part of a look-alike couple that got second looks.

Poll Proves Online Dating Acceptable for Most in Mena (Trade Arabia)
Almost two-thirds (64 per cent) of Mena residents believe that online dating is “very/somewhat acceptable”, according to an Al Aan TV poll conducted by YouGov. However, 32 per cent feel it is “very/somewhat unacceptable”, the poll said.

Celebs Who Tried Online Dating! (Yahoo! Music)
Tiffany Lee: “They may be talented, attractive and fawned over by the thousands, but sometimes even celebs have a hard time finding love! When you’re busy touring the world, appearing on television and just being the superstar you are, it’s hard to meet someone who can see your true self. Throwing caution to the wind, these stars allegedly tried the modern route to romance with *gasp* online dating!”



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