Most people have good idea about their type physically, but by answering the questions on the app it makes them think deeper about the type of personality they are looking for,” he says.Two Peas also want to differentiate themselves by pledging to respond swiftly to online harassment.Both dating apps and real life expose users, mostly women, to stalking, threats and many an unsolicited dick pic.
Still in its early days, whether the culture of the app will match Max’s millenials-connecting-on-a-deeper-level vision for online dating remains to be seen.
Despite the nuanced information that people put up on their profiles, research shows that the factor that they still rely on most when preselecting a date is still looks.
In his book , Ok Cupid founder Christian Rudder estimates, based on data from his own site, that photos drive 90% of the action in online dating. “Answering the questions forces people to think about their ideal partner.
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This appears to be a defect in the browser which should be addressed soon. Max Kenny, 28, is the founder of Two Peas, the newest player in the game of transforming your smartphone into a 24/7 singles bar. From staving off total creeps, to watching would-be relationships die over banal text message exchanges (“Haha”, “Awww”), it's remarkable that anyone has the energy for digital dating at all. Firstly, rather than the hot-or-not Tinder swipe approach, Two Peas matches you with potential partners based on personality and lifestyle compatibility.