Dating site with video profiles

30 Oct

From such auspicious beginnings, my digital dating self hasn't fared so well.

I've been stood up, duped by fake profiles and ended up no closer to finding the one than before I - or, rather, my friend - began.

This week, both Hinge and Zoosk’s Lively are rolling out support for video, each in their own way.

Hinge, for example, will now allow users to augment their user profiles on the service with video.

The Internet is ripe for deception: misleading usernames ("buffjuggernaut25"), misleading incomes ("0,000 , if you count my life insurance premium), and shockingly flattering photos taken from angles that no human will even be seen from in a naturally occurring situation.

An e-relationship could last for two months on carefully researched e-mails, filled with opinions copied and pasted from hip trade publications and the latest Yahoo news headlines.

“Our profiles already do a great job, but video creates the opportunity for our members to learn about potential matches in a way that simply can’t be captured with still photos and text.​” The company will also encourage video adoption, too, by showing Hinge profiles with video to five times more people it says.

The company says users can add videos up to 30 seconds long, by pulling from those that already exist on their phone.

However, it’s shying away from short-form, disappearing videos like those found in Instagram, Snapchat, or Messenger “Stories.” In fact, Hinge will not prompt people to take a front-facing video at all, only those pre-recorded or previously shared to Facebook or Instagram.

But for some people you just get the feeling that given the opportunity they might squeeze love a little too tight and kill it. nice hair"), sometimes it's better to play to your strengths.

Although it's admirable to be so forthcoming about yourself ("What's important to me is my health"), and what you're looking for ("The thing I love about women are they got a nice attractive legs, nice body, and . Unfortunately Danny's strength is doing a rather serviceable impression of a man with a traumatic head injury.