A new app that aims to take the superficial nature out of online dating has perhaps revealed the biggest difference between the two sexes: when it comes to romance, men really do fall in love with their eyes.
Twine, a new app available for free on iPhone and Android devices, matches users according to their age, location and interests -- and only shows a blurred profile photo of each potential match. Once a pair strikes up a conversation, they are then given the option to un-blur their photos and see what each other looks like.
“Other dating apps are superficial: you’re judging the person too quickly based on looks and not getting into a conversation,” Rohit Signal, one of the founders of Twine, tells Time. “That superficial matching is not resulting in long-term relationships.”
But it seems Signal failed to take into account one of the oldest sayings in the book -- that men tend to fall in love with their eyes. The app's female membersRead More »from Men not keen on faceless ‘anti-superficial’ dating app, Twine