Rather than read cliche lines about how someone "loves the outdoors" or "enjoys trying new things," you can browse through profiles in the app and view a collection of pictures that show how they spend their time and view the world."People are really bad about talking about themselves."I always felt that Instagram said way more about me than my dating profile ever would." If an account catches your eye, you can "smile" at that person.A Fancy World, Abuse, Advertorial, BREAKING NEWS, BUSINESS, Celebs, Cities, CRIME, Economy, Editor's Note, ENTERTAINMENT, Entrepreneur, Fashion, FRAUD, FRAUDSTER DEREK BENTSEN SEC, Fraudster Melissa Hodgman, FRAUDSTER NICK BAKER BLOOMBERG, Fraudster Nicole Gueron, FRAUDSTER ROBERT COLBY, FRAUDSTER STEVEN SUSSWEIN, GENDER, Gossip, Humor, Journalism, LEGAL, Liar, LIFE, Marketing, Media, Money, Movies, Music, News, Pervert, Pleasure, POLITICS, RACIST CHERYL CRUMPTON, RACIST DEREK BENTSEN, RACIST JEFFREY BLOOM FINRA, Racist Joshua Braunstein, Rant, Regulatory Abuse, Regulatory Abuser, Regulatory Rapist, RICHARDS KIBBE AND ORBE, Richards Kibbe Orbe, SCANDAL, SEX, Shameless, Social Media, Style, Theater, The Blot Boomerang News, Total BS, Women, WORLD I’m admittedly a bit behind when it comes to smartphone dating.
Lauderdale while they wintered in Fiji, they too can hit the smile icon.
One of them is your profile pic and then you have the choice of nine more to convey your specially curated brand of, well, .
Because, ultimately, isn’t that what Instagram is all about?
But, the idea is that Glimpse can help you find people who have multiple things in common with you, unlike apps (like Tinder) that make their "matches" based on only one location.
Glimpse provides immediate small-talk fodder with your potential date — because you both posted #foodporn from the same brunch place.