Singles can connect online and test their web-based love connections in person.
"If you think you’re not tech-savvy enough to download a dating app, think again," Laurie Davis, founder of e Flirt Expert and author of Love At First Click: The Ultimate Guide to Online Dating (releasing in February by Simon & Schuster) tells Mashable.
"In today’s apped-up, textaholic society, exploration means downloading apps, not just checking out a new You Tube video." Enter spur-of-the-moment dating.
The mobile platform encourages users to regularly flirt and keep up with incoming messages. "Perusing new platforms that don’t have a traditional site, like location-based app Meet Moi, means viewing new matches you haven’t seen before who might be your right click," Davis says.
Singles should take the time to see what different dating apps offer, she says.
Internet cafes are shut down to normal business so scammers can do "their jobs". Most households in West Africa and other third world countries cannot afford them nor can they afford the cost of a monthly connection. They take time to respond to you because they are talking to other people.
Learn how these scams work so you can protect yourself. Run just like any "for profit" organization, there is a hierarchy and an organizational structure: the peons, the managers, the big bosses, the pimp daddies. There may be times when they have forgotten what you talked about before or call you a different name.The people behind these scams are men, women, and teenagers of ALL ages.The male victims, who think they're talking to a real beauty, may in fact be talking to a male as young as 13 years old.Scammers know victims might be aware of this and is one of the reasons why they almost immediately begin calling the victim their husband or wife.Scammers may claim they're being held hostage in the hospital.Spira leads a Los Angeles-based Mobile Dating Boot Camp, helping singles of all levels use mobile dating apps. "As with any social networking site or dating site, critical mass is important," Spira says.