30% of Zoosk members access their accounts via mobile platforms.
The combination of a mobile-centric design and Zoosk’s trademarked Behavioral Matchmaking engine has created a powerful formula that daters can't resist. Zoosk's advanced matchmaking technology learns users' preferences as they interact with potential matches, models their behavior, and uses the info it gathers to continuously improve subsequent suggestions.
They even changed my personal info from athletic body type to curvy. I worry if the website still charge my other service money. I've only been a member for a month now and I'm not sure that half of the profiles they post are active.
It is a huge scam, you will be looking at people who aren’t even there. But when I singed in, the website charged me other service money. It appears since they offer a free sign up for browsing, most of the information is taken from peoples Facebook account (if they have one) while they use the browsing feature and then these people decide not to sign up but the profiles are not removed and remain incomplete.
To gain greater access to Zoosk, users can purchase a subscription.
Benefits of being a paid subscriber include:full access to sending and receiving messages, finding out who viewed your profile, and full access to ZSMS features.
According to App Appeal, in August 2012 Zoosk was the fifth most popular dating app in the world and the third in the US.
Disclaimer: While we make every effort to ensure the accuracy and reliability of our information at Dating Sites we shall not be held responsible for any discrepancy. Not-so-smart picks of people hundreds of miles away, lack of sorting capabilty (like seeing those who live closest first), ability to recognize or acquire some sort of filtering automatically - how many times does one need to click NO on a certain type of person before it goes into a learned profile?
It ranks number two in average monthly US traffic data, second only to
Zoosk was also one of Facebook's first applications, debuting just weeks after the launch of Facebook Platform/API on May 24, 2007.
Once you pay to sign up you have to buy coins to communicate with members or buy emojis and pay to see if someone read your message. This makes for a lot of wasted time having to go through profiles that aren't even close to what I'm looking for.
I've signed up for three months but doubt that I will renew. This is my first dating site so I'm hoping the others aren't the order to keep you interested, the site sends you messages "so and so wants to chat" that are fake from people you have shown an interest in.