Whether you're spontaneously looking for singles in the same coffee shop as you, or planning a trip across the globe, Dating DNA's Match Radar uses your unique 'dating DNA' to help you meet and communicate with hundreds of compatible singles worldwide or right next door.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) February 11, 2009
Dating DNA, LLC (http://www.datingdna.com), the Internet's leading free dating service for social networks, today announced their new Dating DNA Plus iPhone app with "Match Radar," available for immediate free download from Apple's iTunes App Store (http://www.datingdna.com/iphoneinfo).
Dating DNA introduced the first-ever dating application for the iPhone back in November of last year, and today announced Dating DNA Plus, a completely new application with dozens of enhancements, including their "Match Radar" technology. As an iPhone user moves about, Dating DNA's Match Radar monitors the user's location and notifies them of other singles in their immediate vicinity who meet a set of dating criteria.
Dating DNA users may set criteria in dozens of categories, including race, age, education, physical attributes, religion, financial stability, and many more. For example, a user could ask to be notified anytime someone is within a 1/2 mile of them, who is single, between the ages of 23 to 28, doesn't smoke, has a college degree, is at least 6' tall, has an athletic build, brown eyes, owns a home, has an upper-middle income, works in the medical field, and is Catholic.
Every Dating DNA user completes an extensive survey, covering over 300 points of compatibility. This information is then synthesized down and used by Dating DNA's Match Radar to instantly create Compatibility Scores with others nearby. Users also set a "Compatibility Threshold," which specifies the compatibility level required to be considered a "Match." To protect a user's privacy, they remain "invisible" to other's Match Radar unless that user meets their Compatibility Threshold. When users are notified of a Match, both users may choose to communicate via Dating DNA's built-in messaging system, further protecting their privacy by not requiring users to share names, phone numbers or email addresses.
"Just like everyone's genetic DNA is different, so to is everyone's 'dating DNA,'" said Kevin Carmony, CEO and Founder of Dating DNA. "Whether you're spontaneously looking for singles in the same coffee shop as you, or planning a trip across the globe, Dating DNA's Match Radar uses your unique 'dating DNA' to help you meet and communicate with hundreds of compatible singles worldwide or right next door."
You can view a video tour of the new Dating DNA iPhone app by visiting: http://www.datingdna.com/iphoneinfo
Not only is the Dating DNA iPhone application free, but so too is the service and website which drive it. No fees are charged to users, nor does the app or website have any embedded advertising.
Some of the new features in Dating DNA Plus include:
- Match Radar - GPS enabled for finding nearby Matches when mobile
- Locate Matches within a fraction of a mile/km
- At-a-Glance Compatibility Scoring (Patent Pending)
- At-a-Glance Dating Potential Indicator (Patent Pending)
- One-tap Friends List management
- One-tap Email and Message Logs
- Quick and easy multi-touch photo viewing
The Dating DNA iPhone app is available immediately for free download from Apple's iTunes App Store (http://www.datingdna.com/iphoneinfo). Users can get an idea how the Dating DNA system works by creating a "Limited" account directly from the iPhone application itself. To use all the features, however, users will need to complete their full profile by visiting http://www.datingdna.com.
About Dating DNA, LLC:
Dating DNA is the Internet's central nervous system for online dating, allowing users to integrate all their dating information across the web's social graph with one 9-digit ID number. Dating DNA provides free and open Web Services (http://www.datingdna.com/?a=developer) which bring 1-click compatibility scoring and other sophisticated dating features to Social Networking sites such as Facebook (http://www.datingdna.com/facebook), MySpace, YouTube, and Craigslist, as well as to Internet devices such as Apple's iPhone/iPod Touch (http://www.datingdna.com/iphoneinfo) and the Chumby web appliance (http://www.chumby.com). Online dating continues to move dramatically away from traditional dating sites such as Match.com and eHarmony. Every day, more and more people are using Social Networking sites as a means of meeting new people to date. Utilizing these sites is free, and provides a more natural way of meeting people than traditional dating sites of the past. Dating DNA is the first company to capitalize on this trend, by bringing the convenience of matching tools from traditional dating sites to these new Social Networking avenues and across Internet devices. Run by volunteers, the Dating DNA website and iPhone app are 100% free of cost and contain no advertising.
For more information, please contact:
Dating DNA, LLC
pr (at) datingdna (dot) com