Thursday 12 March 2015

A woman using a mobile phone


These days, there are apps (applications) for everything from shopping to getting a cab, or even finding a great spa nearby.
Also, there are some cool apps that can help you score a date with your dream man/woman.
So if you need some apps to help give your dating life some much needed attention, then try these ones below:
  1. DateCheck: The slogan of this app is 'check your mate before you date' and that's exactly what this does. DateCheck runs a full background check on your prospective date, from marital status, age, education, and even criminal history.
  2. CallerSmart: This one is a caller ID app that lets you plug in an unknown number to generate the caller's full name and crowd-sourced info for you. Also, the app allows for a user to look up someone's phone number (in this case, your potential date) and then see comments that others have left about this person.
  3. Circa News: What makes people most nervous about first dates? Wondering if they can hold a conversation with this person for an hour or two. Circa News rounds up important news events into one easy-to-read feed of bite-sized snippets, so you can see the latest updates before reading the entire backstory. Cool. Now you can speak intelligently on all current events and make sure that this conversation flows no matter what. 
  4. Hinge: Finding the right person to date is quite difficult, but Hinge makes it a little bit easier by connecting you with friends of friends (of friends). That way, you can drill your friend with any and all the questions you have before deciding to go on a first date.
  5. Refresh: This was intentionally made as a business tool but it's more awesome to use when researching a potential date. You type in a person's name and Refresh brings up all major points from all of their social media accounts. So you'll see where they've checked in last, their recent trips, their 'favourite' groups on Facebook, etc.
  6. Slydial: You've done your research and realize that this person is not right for you. Now it's time to give them a call to cancel, but you're stressing out because you don't really want them to pick up. Just use Slydial — it conveniently sends your call straight to voicemail.


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