Do you see yourself as a Liz Lemon clone when you grow up? If you answered yes to the above questions then, finally, there's a dating website just for you, and your like-minded quirky brood of potential future loves!
Love Flutter is the site for the quirkiest of the quirks.
But what made the UK company potentially stand out — ignoring the silly launch campaign that required users to pass an ‘interesting’ test before signing up — was its use of Google-owned Freebase, the open database of people, places and things that powered the interest-graph behind Loveflutter’s match-making capability.
Harnessing the same underlying “semantic” technology, Loveflutter is rebooting somewhat today with a mobile-first approach aiming to be a more “quirky” Tinder.
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Loveflutter’s focus on two types of attraction, reading an interesting fact first before revealing a photo, gives you an insight into personality before looks.” Another key differentiator is the way Loveflutter doesn’t just help you find a potential match, but, should you begin messaging your prospective date, will prompt you with suggestions of where to actually meet.
So if you're looking for a significant other whose ideal Sunday involves a long hike rather than brunch, Luv Byrd is where your potential suitor is hiding.
It's free to use the app but buying a membership (-/month) will buy you additional perks such as seeing who's looked at your profile, who is actively interested, etc.
Men are then free to peruse the matches and like them or pass on them.
After that, the men who expressed interest will be curated for the female users.