New users are prompted by the simple phrase “how about we” and asked to suggest a date idea.
Users are emailed a daily list of potential matches based on shared interests (and date ideas).
The app only serves up potential matches with whom you share mutual friends with on Facebook.
There’s even an “ask” button, which allows users to send a quick message to mutual friends to ask if they think this mystery date would be a good match.
This site plays on tongue-in-cheek humor with the slogan “get chosen” and a banner reading, “find someone who still loves sleepaway camp” on JDate TV, the dating site’s You Tube channel.9.
JDate If you’ve got a bubbe asking when you’re getting married, this is the perfect site to find your mate.And set up couldn’t be easier, as there’s no profile to fill out.Instead, users are asked questions about their Facebook friends, such as “Who would be your boss one day? ” These answers lead to personality traits (like optimistic and comical) being added to your profile.The founders of Loveflutter, who bill it as the app where quirky people meet, believe in the power of words.When you open up the app and look for potential matches, you’ll find their faces are blurred.