Here's how GPS dating works: you fill out a profile saying who you are and what you're looking for in your mate.
And Badoo, founded by a Russian entrepreneur in 2006, also uses GPS technology.
However, Badoo has faced criticism over privacy concerns.
If you're single and frustrated that no-one around you is chatting you up because they're all playing with their phones, then fear not! The smartphone app uses GPS to find people near you.
It matches you up using your existing profile data on Facebook to show whether you have any friends or interests in common. If you like them, you swipe to the right, if you don't, you swipe to the left.
Gay men have long been using similar sites like Grindr.
It's now "infamous" for being a casual sex app, the current equivalent of cruising.He says his company's vision was "just to help introduce you to new people." "All we're doing is facilitating an introduction between two people," says Mateen."What they choose to do with that relationship is entirely up to them." Competitive market But it's not the only app of its kind on the market.מטיילים ומכירים בנחל תנינים עליון: שבת 30/1 - טיול טבע מקסים בין עמיקם לאביאל טיול רומנטי, חוויתי, מהנה, כולל הסברים, סיפורים, משחקים, צחוקים וקצת שירים.בטיול ישולבו הסברים וסיפורים אודות המסלול והמקום, נערוך כמה משחקים, נעלה חיוך על הפנים ונשיר כמה שירים...In a study conducted by Cambridge University in 2009, Badoo was given the lowest score for privacy among the 45 social networking sites examined.