New data from dating apps like Say Allo shows Denver area singles are looking for love based off a person's political views.
Zackary Lewis of Say Allo and dating coach Damona Hoffman give their secret dating app algorithm hacks. Damona also covers headlines: should you keep your mask on during pandemic sex, real worries about interracial dating, and Michelle Obama’s love advice.
Even while pandemic quarantine and social distancing rules loosen slightly in some regions due to some gradually declining Coronavirus case numbers, much of 2020 dating remains online.
Whether you're just looking for someone cute to flirt with over video, or you're hoping to find a soul mate to send off 2020 with a bang, here are some unique options you should consider downloading pronto.
Building intimacy, whether that be emotional or physical, requires a connection of some sort. We need to have some form of contact to experience closeness with our dating prospects - being in their physical space, a hug, holding hands, a kiss - for us to have the full experience of them.
If you're single searching for a solution to meet other people during quarantine, look no further than Say Allo. With the launch of "Live", this new feature promises to be "virtual speed dating like you've never seen before".
Even if the world is shut down, you can still make serious headway in your love life without having to expose yourself to the current risks of dating in-person because of COVID-19.
Say Allo has announced a major website update introducing Dating Unpacked filled with dating and relationship advice, while introducing an all new web app to enhance the user's dating experience for Say Allo's community of users.
We’ve all heard the saying that opposites attract. This romanticized notion of finding the Ying to your Yang has been popularized in pop culture. Dating people with different tastes and sensibilities keeps...
COVID-19 has changed the dating game, and some would say for the better.
This week on Love Syncs: In a time of social distancing, video chats could help you stay close. Just remember not to look like a hostage.
Staying connected has never been more important. Fortunately, there are dating apps like Say Allo that provide technology to help people stay connected
This week on Love Syncs: Online daters look for love in the midst of a pandemic.
In a crowded field of dating apps, a smarter app emerges
Les Montréalais tomberont-ils amoureux de l’appli de rencontres Say Allo?
Most dating apps think of you as just another pretty, random face. Say Allo digs deeper. Launched by Denverite Zackary Lewis, the app “gets smarter as you swipe.”
Say Allo is a new AI-powered dating app for mature singles, co-developed by one of the pioneers of of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) Dr. Brian Shaw, PhD
Say Allo marries the UI of dating apps you've become accustomed to, like Tinder and Bumble, with the compatibility measurements of dating sites like OKCupid, eHarmony and Match.com.
The era is here where machines are learning the things we like to build a world of smart recommendations. But can smart apps help us find a compatible mate?
Sometimes, all it takes to meet that special someone is a smile and a friendly "Allo!" That thought was the impetus behind the new Denver-based dating app called Say Allo that uses a compatibility algorithm and video to connect users.
With 88% of singles on Say Allo reporting having a higher education, it's arguably the smartest singles community in the World!
Say Allo is a Denver-founded dating app rooted in artificial intelligence that matches those looking for a true connection with long-term potential. It’s not a standard “hot-or-not” app.
Say Allo to the new app that has been named the "Smartest Community of Singles"