Start Cupid dating match personal

Cupid dating match personal

Caribbean is a dating service designed to help men and women find a Caribbean match.

The idea, the company explains, is to give users a deeper look into someone’s personality right from the start.

The prior version of the OK Cupid app featured a section called Quickmatch, which was effectively OKC’s own version of Tinder.

In the new app out today, Quickmatch has been rebranded as Double Take, and is walking itself back from a focus only on the dater’s leading photo.

This new screen, which is also the app’s main screen that loads upon first launch, will include up four photos, the username, age, location, percentage match, plus other details pulled out of from the user profile, like height, whether they have dogs, have kids, personality traits like “friendly,” “energetic,” “organized,” and more.

These are displayed alongside icons, like a paw print for dogs, or a beach ball for kids, for example. “With Double Take, we show many more facets of a person – we’re showing what makes people tick so that you’ll have better dates and better relationships,” explains OK Cupid CEO Elie Seidman in a statement about the app’s makeover.

OKCupid is one of the most popular dating sites and is free to sign up initially.

It works with special algorithms that match users with potential dates.

The owner of Match.com, Tinder, OK Cupid, and other online dating platforms announced, when it reported earnings Tuesday night, that it would be divesting its struggling Princeton Review test-prep business.