Matches are not currently picked out by language-analysing algorithms but simply by users swiping through profiles peppered with Twitter information. Mr Smith told Mail Online: 'The next step for us is an exciting new area in dating of matching algorithms based on language analysis.'We're already developing a new feature, planned for release by the end of 2017, where we show a 'compatibility score' between two users based on their language used, both at the pre-match stage (i.e.when you view another Twitter-connected user) and the post-match stage (when you're chatting to another user).
Users can also write a fun fact that is up to 140 characters long.Matches are not currently picked out by language-analysing algorithms, and users simply swipe through profiles peppered with Twitter information.But according to the designers, this could be about to change.Online communication has long been one of the most popular ways to meet a girl.A lot of beauties would like to find an interesting guy on the web.
If users get a match, it's up to them to decide whether to meet in real life and there's an in-app 'venue discovery tool' to help them pick a romantic location.