Dating Pro Digest: The Internet’s Achilles’ Heel Revealed; Grindr Issues Coronavirus Warning To Users; Relationship AI Across Multiple Apps
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Dating industry news digest for today:
- The Internet’s Achilles’ heel revealed by RealMe
- Grindr issues coronavirus warning to users as hook-ups thrive during the pandemic
- Relationship AI across multiple apps
The Internet’s Achilles’ heel revealed by RealMe
RealMe introduced a new “Check” software to fight the rising number of fake dating profiles.
This software provides in-app ID scans and 325 million personal background checks to identify misleading profiles.
Jeff Tinsley, the founder of RealMe, said: “Researchers also found that the majority of online daters were interested in a tech solution that would empower them to check people’s reputations online. That’s where RealMe can help.”
Grindr issues coronavirus warning to users as hook-ups thrive during the pandemic
Grindr, as well as other gay dating apps like Scruff and Hornet, started sending their users notifications and guidance on the dangers of the COVID-19.
The alert directs people to World Health Organization statement: “Stay at home if you begin to feel unwell, even with mild symptoms such as headache and slight runny nose, until you recover.”
Relationship AI across multiple apps
The latest surveys show that an average online dater user can have up to 3 dating apps with dozens of matches on each of them.
New Relationship AI, founded by Karinna Karsten, claims to help people with managing several platforms and tracking all interactions.
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