We live in a golden age of online dating, where complex algorithms and innovative apps promise to pinpoint your perfect romantic match in no time. And yet, dating remains as tedious and painful as ever. A seemingly unlimited supply of swipes and likes has resulted not in effortless pairings, but in chronic dating-app fatigue.
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How do you know that Ben from London is really years-old? Is his profile picture recent? Is his name even Ben?
Online dating is largely a succession of misery and humiliation, which is why so many of us are willing to pay an algorithm to find us the perfect match. Simply swab your cheek with a Q-tip and—voila! Not even close. Online dating companies have long survived on peddling the pseudoscientificclaiming to boil the mystery of romance down to a numbers game.
That's what founders of a new dating app are promising. There always seems to be another dating app popping up with promises of helping find romance — just answer this, just swipe that — but one new online dating service is incorporating genetics into the mix and promising something other apps cannot: compatibility through genetics. The app is called Pheramor, a cross between pheromone, the small molecules that are emitted from the body and are smelled by the people around us,and amour, the French word for love.
A DNA-based matchmaking service claims to hook up couples who will share an aromatic attraction. The first dating service to use lab-based genetic profiling launched online last week. Scientific Match promises to pair up people who will be physically attracted to each other because their DNA is different.
DNA Romance is an online platform for people looking to find genuine relationships based on chemistry and personality compatibility. We provide evidence-based matchmaking saving people time, money and frustration by matching them with Mr. Right or Ms.
The hot new way to find love is a cheek swab. Just load up a stick with your saliva and send it in for testing to Pheramora new dating app that analyzes your DNA and matches you with potential partners. In other words, this whole 23andMe craze has really gotten out of hand.
Dating sites can now find your perfect match based on DNA. Numerous studies have revealed that chemistry, in particular body odor, plays a big part in the art of attraction, but such physical chemistry is usually impossible to identify when searching for partners online. Dating sites such as ScientificMatch and sense2love.
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