eHarmony App Cuddles Up to Windows Phone
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The app is free to download, but you’ll need a subscription to see photos of your matches.

If you’re getting nowhere with all the dating apps on your Windows Phone device, we have a sign from the love gods that it might be time to try something new.

EHarmony on Monday announced it has launched an app for Microsoft’s mobile platform. The app is free to download, but you’ll need a subscription, which starts at $ 19.99 a month, for full access to all the features, like the ability to see photos of your matches.

The app lets you create a new eHarmony account, complete your relationship questionnaire, and upload photos from your phone. You’ll also receive compatible matches every day for free, and can send “smiles” to those you like.

Paying subscribers get perks like the ability to send and receive eHarmony mail, see who has viewed their profile, and see when a match last logged in. The app also brings the popular “What If” feature to your fingertips, letting you check out singles who may be good matches, but are just outside y…………… continues on PC Magazine

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MovieLaLa Wants To Be The Of Moviegoer Meet-Ups
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If this startup has its way, movie lovers could use upcoming films as a way to break the ice, make new friends and score a few dates.

Set to launch next month at, the site is being designed to change the way consumers share movies. An iPad app will also be released, followed by iPhone and Android apps.

“We want to be cross-platform,” Dana Loberg, co-founder and CEO of MovieLaLa, told Benzinga. “It’s more about the mobile apps. On our website you’ll have a personalized Hollywood feed, unlimited scrolling, you will see friends that are interested in going to [a particular] film. You can engage with it at the end of the trailer, say, ‘I wanna watch this.’ You can share it more seamlessly across any platform. You can tweet and rate the trailer or film automatically.”

One of the key differentiators between MovieLaLa and other social media sites is that it will allow users to find other people who want to go to the movies.

“It opens the conversation,” said Loberg. “If you’re a nerdy teenager and you’re nervous because you have a crush on a girl, you…………… continues on Benzinga

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