September 28, 2016

Hot! Ladies: Dating Just Got Easier with Swoon

WP_20130919_19_42_36_ProDating is as the singles (including this gal) in New York City say: is HARD and it is even harder for women. Sure there are a slew of online dating services and Apps to make the process manageable.

However, these tools and services often involve long application and  you still have figure out how to best describe your idiosyncrasies so they sound totally normal. While it might be worth it to create a profiles for some the tedious process makes using these apps unattractive. If this sounds like your dating roadblock, you’re in luck because there’s a new app, Swoon, that makes the dating process easier. The App was created by women for women. With Swoon, “there are no long forms to fill out (who reads those anyway?),”  explains Molly Messenger, product head manager for the app. “There are no long forms to fill out (who reads those anyway?).  It’s an iPhone app that is linked to your Facebook profile.  Don’t worry it doesn’t post anything on your wall.  The app just pulls you pictures so you have a few decent ones to start,” she continues.

The apps works like many social media apps; it gathers information anonymously from people in your area and uses proprietary (including similar Facebook likes and shared friends) information to recommend potential mates in your age group. Once you have received your recommendations, you can swipe (like you would with your phone image gallery) and select suitors that tickle your fancy. There’s also an undo option (if your fingers reject the suitor before your brain processed his beauty). Once you’ve selected a guy, you’ll still have to wait and see whether the feeling is mutual. That’s part of the fun right?

Also, fun was the celebration, held last night, at the Gramercy Park Hotel to toast the app. In attendance were Wilmer ValderamaAlbie Manzo and Tinsley Mortimer.

Here’s a video showcasing the app at work.

Image via Glamazon Diaries.

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