Zoosk review: Easy to use and a great design, but loaded with fake accounts
With the number of dating sites and apps out there in the wild, you might think it’s never been easier to find someone special. And in some ways, it is. Options are good, right? Thanks to technology, there are loads of options for connecting with someone online. Love is now just a swipe away.
But with each new dating app or dating site that hits the market, there is the potential for new dating sites to dilute the dating pool, thus making it more challenging to find a parter who’s well-suited to you.
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Enter Zoosk, an online dating site and mobile app that promises ease of use and practicality in the singles world. Instead of filling out long and tedious questionnaires about yourself and your ideal match, it simply takes the online profiles for the social media accounts you’ve already created and seamlessly integrates your information into your account. Who knows you better than Google and Facebook when it comes to your life online? In fact, Zoosk started out as one of the first Facebook apps when the social media platform began to open up to more users back in December 2007. Read more…More about Online Dating, Dating Apps, Dating And Relationships, Mashable Shopping, and Shopping Solo
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