New dating app Cheekd, which launched about three weeks ago, aims to connect people who walk past each other in real life, even if it's on the subway when there's no cell service, CEO Lori Cheek said.People with the app will automatically be notified if someone else within 30 feet of them also has the app, using either Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, Cheek explained."Now, I feel like you're looking down at your phone, and they'll get a notification that they just missed a connection with so-and-so.The love of their life will be right there."Cheek started working on the project years ago in hopes of creating real-life dating connections.
She participated in the Ukrainian TV show “Married At First Sight”.All these measures help us to be the most scam-free dating site.The girls who have profiles at our site sometimes become very popular in their countries.LONDON — Widespread flooding across northern Britain has turned streets into raging torrents, forced thousands of residents to evacuate their homes and destroyed many historic buildings including a bridge dating back to 1700.A devastating storm on Wednesday packed winds gusting up to 70mph and brought heavy rain to areas already struggling to cope with their wettest month on record.She hopes the short-range GPS on the app helps singles meet people sitting at the end of the bar, not on the other side of town."Even with all the apps, it’s still pretty much like online dating.