I was on Nerve.com and met a guy who told me about Moonit. I don’t think the guy was on Nerve to date, though. But anyway…
After giving up on Nerve and months of a seemingly endless number of conversations going nowhere on POF, I decided to check out Moonit.
First of all, Moonit is not just for dating. There’s a friendship component as well.
I like that I didn’t have to fill in any questionnaire except my birthday. Birth date is very important, obviously because of the astrology, and year is also important! (I think.)
After you register and upload a picture, you go through pictures of users and either friend or flirt with them. Once the other person accepts, you can read what astrology says about the two of you together. The more connections made, the better idea you get of just how dynamic relationships are. In addition, the more variety of connections you make, the more likely you will get a “badge” for a particular match. Then you can chat with your connections.
It’s all about compatibility. At least that’s the way it seems. Haven’t yet met anyone in person, though I did meet someone on Skype.
That person, who I friended rather than flirted because he is 10 years younger than me (though now I wish I flirted instead), is 96% compatible with me as friends. We Skyped a few days later, and I must say, I think this astrology algorithm might be right on!
There’s an iPhone app for it. Don’t know when or if there will be an Android app, but can’t wait!
If you join, find me I want to see how compatible I am with you DT readers. I’m motorbaby, of course.
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