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From apps that make matches based on personality, to those that blur unsolicited explicit pictures — women are at the forefront of developing new dating tech. While online dating apps may have refined their technologies over recent years, some of the more annoying features still exist.
However, a of female tech entrepreneurs have been attempting to change that. Clementine Lalande, 37, launched Pickable in for women who wanted more discretion and disliked too much online exposure. Last year, she added a feature that raises awareness around consent and unsolicited photos.
Other entrepreneurs are also trying to boost the chances of finding romance. The dating app and website claims to be the only one that matches couples based on the Myers-Briggs personality test, administered since the s, and popular among employers worldwide to determine the characteristics of employees. The idea was born over sisterly drinks in Soho, says Louella, a former chartered ant. It was clear why: personality compatibility is the key to any relationship, yet dating apps are still matching people on the basis of a couple of photos.
When someone s up to So Syncd, they either take a five-minute personality test or input their Myers-Briggs type themselves if they know it already. A matching algorithm then calculates a compatibility percentage, based on the combination of Myers-Briggs types, which is shown on each profile so users can see how likely they are to hit it off.
Louella says they have lots of mechanisms around safety. It has paired approximately couples so far and recently celebrated its first wedding. The sisters now manage the tech team between them — a chief technology officer, three developers, two of whom are women, and a project manager.
One of the first Professional entrepeneur seeks woman for dating at dating platform Plenty Of FishKim Kaplan shifted to angel investing before setting up video dating app Snack in September Users must be at least 18 and up with a phone or Apple ID. Another new dating app doing extra checks on those ing up is Bare.
Initially confined to London, where it has 12, people already ed up via App Store and Google Play, the platform will roll out in Manchester and Newcastle in the next few months, then the rest of the country and the US. Other female tech entrepreneurs shaking up the online dating scene. Charlotte Spokes founded the Hellosolo website in February, after leaving a job in finance four years ago to launch the My Friend Charlie singles events site.
Another slow dating app, users receive several matches at the same time each day. It has 6 million users. Women in technology Online dating.
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