The good ol’ days of quality time spent face-to-face with another human being live in the shadows of today’s texting, social networking, Facetime videochatting, and voicemail recording. Technology has separated people, but the online dating site, CupidRadar.com, uses technology to bring people together. In the midst of an internet full networks that function for the purpose of creating romantic relationships, CupidRadar’s use of today’s contrivances to achieve that goal is one thing that sets them apart from the others. They put to good use geo-locating technologies (and a free app) in smart phone devices when it comes to finding a match. So you can find an interesting person at the store, restaurant, coffee place, or wherever you may be! CupidRadar also values time, so new registrants won’t have to go through endless personality assessments in order to get started. Just a little search criteria and CupidRadar picks out other users in the area who might interest you when you search. From there, you send a message to your potential match through the site’s messaging services and hopefully create an opportunity to meet face-to-face. If you wish not to be picked up by other searches because you and your date hit it off or otherwise, you can use the “go invisible” or “not interested” options to not appear on another person’s radar. The “going invisible” option can be deactivated, but the “not interested” one is permanent.
The days of yore don’t have to be obsolete in this day and age. CupidRadar makes such time possible through smartphone capabilities. You can communicate with interesting singles in the proximity of your city block in a matter of minutes (and hopefully meet in person soon after)!