On the other hand, we’ve all had our share of totally blind dates that we would love to have avoided altogether.
So the point is that dating technology is improving.
It’s an experience best served with cheap champagne.
Clover CEO Isaac Riachyk promises, “You’ll be able to find a date as easy as it is to order a pizza or a cab,” which sounds great!
It has all but outwardly embraced the fact that it’s a hook up enabler, and it doesn’t appear to care about the “find the love of your life” schtick that most dating services stick with.
For another app to wind up and take a swing at the few barriers Tinder does put in place is downright ballsy. Clover (available for i OS) is one part Tinder, one part OKCupid — and with its most recent update to version 3.0, it’s thrown in a dash of the now defunct Crazy Blind Date.
With Dating on Demand, viewers can see the 'real' person - how they speak, learn what they they're interested in and what they're looking for in a date." To view Dating on Demand profiles, Comcast Digital Cable customers in VOD markets can go to the ON DEMAND menu, and select Dating on Demand from the Lifestyle category.