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Brightkite uses participants’ current locations to connect people, allowing them to chat and possibly meet up.
The network has been heralded as a great way to meet new people, find a date or connect with locals while traveling.
More of a small startup compared to its and Ok Cupid competition, Meet Moi may not boast as large an audience, but its select participation may actually work in its favor.
The company’s goal is to “strip down dating to what's essential — the introduction.” By showing you nearby singles who meet your dating criteria, Meet Moi hopes to lead you to a real-life connection.
Dubbed “the Google of online dating,” OKCupid hit the scene in 2004.
The service slowly carved out an industry presence by offering its network for free.
New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Antonio, San Diego, Dallas, San José, Jacksonville, Indianapolis, San Francisco, Austin, Columbus, Fort Worth, Charlotte, Detroit, El Paso, Memphis, Baltimore, Boston, Seattle, Washington D.
The following list includes five geo-location apps for romance-seekers on the go.
One of the earlier GPS-powered social networks, Brightkite isn’t a “dating” app per se, but rather, introduces local users on a basic level.
Furthermore, OKCupid also hosts OK Trends, a blog that charts analytics and user habits.
In February 2011, the company was acquired by IAC, operator of Match.com, for million.