By 2009, that number had grown to around 20 per cent for heterosexual couples, and 60 per cent for same-sex matches.An estimated 30 to 40 million North Americans now use online dating sites."We decided to target toplevel managers, executives and professionals," says Eligon spokeswoman Tatiana Khanberg."Dating websites can lead to awkward situations for them.People who use online dating services often complain about outdated photos and phony profiles.But rarely do profiles require a statement of minimum income.I am very compassionate, and I try to be silly at times. I grew up in a small town and moved to Toronto about 6 years ago. I am very adventurous and open minded and always looking to learn and try out new things.
Some of them catch your eye, so you start sending each other messages and pics.That’s unless both of you decide to “keep” the friendship beyond the 24 hour point. You’ll see the picture of some Toronto hottie on your phone screen. And other people will try to “get you” and guess stuff about you.Why Try It: Well, it lets you find people who you’d like to continue talking to for more than 24 hours. Then you’ll play a little guessing game:“Let’s see if you can guess Alexandra’s all-time favourite food…”“Is Timothy a pole dancer or a physician? And if you discover that you really “get” someone...well, maybe asking that Toronto single out for drinks would be a lovely idea.Why Try It: Because now you can quickly find the Toronto singles who you somehow “get” -- based on nothing more than their pictures.Available For: i Phone and Android What It Is: “Like Tinder, with personality,” quipped one reviewer of this dating app.