I wouldn’t want to date anyone around 1,500 or 10,000; our lifestyle would be significantly different."I guess it makes the tiniest bit of sense?
Some basic rules & guidelines: You can turn off Steps sharing by going to Settings - Turn off Share my steps.
Your exact physical location is never revealed to anyone, we only display approximate distance from one to another.
We only record your current location and do not keep records of where you've been.
A Go request is when you ask someone out for a Coffee, Meetup now or to grab a Bite. (Even if you cancelled your initial request, you'd still need to wait for an hour to send another request, use them wisely.).
Elliott Wright comments; “I can’t wait for ITVBe viewers to join Sadie and I in the lead-up to our wedding.
After following our journey in , and our happy engagement, I’m looking forward to sharing the excitement in the month’s leading up to what is set to be the happiest day of our lives.
The Lime dating app also uses location to encourage meetups.
If two potential matches are close by (distance is measured in steps) a "Go" request can be sent.
And now that even apes are swiping right, it may seem safe to say that online dating has finally jumped the shark.
But new dating app Lime begs to differ: ), you can sign up for Lime and find that special someone whose sedentary lifestyle matches your own underwhelming 1,000-steps-per-day average.
"And the idea just came to me, wouldn’t it be a great idea to match couples with similar step counts, as it says a lot about a person by just looking at his/her weekly step counts, their walking habit pretty much shows their lifestyle...