A third (35%) of Aussies have used Internet and online dating apps, with the number using the apps rising to half among millennials.
eHarmony is one of the world’s biggest and most well known dating sites, and thanks to unprecedented growth in the US, UK, Australia and Canada helping people find love, it is moving to a scalable, open-standard private cloud solution.
Tinder may be taking off with mobile users seeking a match and as a response online dating destination eHarmony has ramped up its mobile offerings, today announcing the launch of its Windows Phone app.
Online dating service eHarmony has released a new feature to its iPhone app called Datebook which it says helps users plan, manage and track their dates with anyone, not just other eHarmony members.
German-based European online dating company, Alintas, has launched its services in the Australian market with its new Aussie website EliteSingles following launches of the platform in the UK, Ireland, France Germany, Austria and Sweden.
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