OKCupid now asks possible dates the question that is big вЂTrump, yes or no?вЂ™
A future redesign features brand brand new topical concerns and a style that is fresh
OKCupid is starting a version that is new of mobile app that probes usersвЂ™ governmental and ethical opinions in the hope of finding вЂњdeeper connections.вЂќ The brand new application is currently available, and comes as an element of a company-wide redesign (rolling away the following month) dedicated to clean, easy pictures from Berlin-based musician Jay Daniel Wright.
The essential changes that are important though, are a couple of revamped features for finding matches: вЂњ2017 issues & CategoriesвЂќ and вЂњDoubleTake Cellphone Matching.вЂќ
The latter is an upgraded for OKCupidвЂ™s Tinder-style function Quickmatch, which enable you to swipe for connecting with prospective times according to a single picture, title, age, location, and compatibility rating. DoubleTake merely crams a little more information into this interface that is same showing numerous pictures, certain passions, and a little bit of each userвЂ™s full profile. It is very little of a significant difference, but OKCupid claims a restricted rollout for the function saw usersвЂ™ amount of mutual matches triple.
вЂњQuickmatchвЂќ is in the left; theвЂњDouble that is new feature is in the right. Picture: OKCupid
Along with DoubleTake, OKCupid can also be upgrading a new category to its questionnaires of topical concerns that вЂњdaters are extremely passionated about.вЂќ Fifty brand new inquiries have already been added, including: вЂњIs weather modification real?вЂќ; вЂњDo you feel there ought to be a ban on immigrants from predominantly Muslim nations entering the U.S.?вЂќ; and вЂ” quite simply вЂ” вЂњTrump?вЂќ