As a young adult in the age of the smart phone, dating apps are certainly not a new concept for me.I downloaded Tinder along with the rest of the millennials, but eventually the messages of late-night desperation became more of an annoyance than an amusement, and I decided the storage on my phone could be put to better use. A dating site based in London and celebrating its fourth birthday on June 11, Tastebuds just became available for i Phones last month.In fact, half of Tastebuds’ users have never used a traditional online dating site.“The music can say a lot about you, and I think it’s a good indicator of your personality as well,” he said.
As web developers, they took matters into their own hands, launching a mobile prototype that puts music at the forefront.
Tinder suggests potential matches based on location.
Tastebuds demonstrates the value of combining music and dating.
I can’t be the only person with a few songs saved from yesteryear that, for whatever reason, don’t necessarily represent my tastes as they stand today.
Do I want to match with a bunch of Taylor Swift fans because my graduating class opted to sing one of her songs at our high school graduation? However, as there doesn’t seem to be an option to remove artists, T. Embarrassing i Tunes selections aside, it’s fairly easy to add artists to your profile.