Mobile and Online Dating Working Together To Help Find Your Perfect Match
UK Dating Online - the independent resource for Online Dating Sites, Internet Dating Services and Friendship Sites – now gives users an ingenious way to keep their profile up to date by using their mobile phone.
PR9.NET October 11, 2006 - United Kingdom - This new innovative feature gives online daters the opportunity to take a photo of themselves using their mobile camera phone, send it to a specified number via MMS and it will then be automatically be included in their online dating profile.
As not all people have access to a scanner or a digital camera – but most mobile phones have integrated cameras - this new service will give them the easiest possible method of completing their profile, therefore increasing their chances of finding a date online.
Access to this new service is provided via youcangetme.com who were also one of the first dating sites to offer fully interactive audio video online dating. Earlier this year they also introduced SMS text flirting services to its members
This is a sign of the times ahead for online dating and of the need for online dating sites to adapt to the changing lifestyles of its members.
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