Find The Love Of Your Life With Once- Dating App
We have all felt it, the little adrenaline rush and increased heart rate that comes when we meet someone we’re attracted to — but now we can all track it and even know that special one that our heart is ready to die for. According to Dr. Reginald Ho, a cardiac electrophysiologist and associate professor of medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania- When you catch sight of your beloved and your heart starts racing, that’s because of an adrenaline rush, your brain begins to send signal to the adrenal gland, which secretes hormones such as adrenaline, epinephrine and norepinephrine. They flow through the blood and cause the heart to beat faster and stronger.
Once, a dating app that has achieved a fit in making people find the love of their life with more than 600,000 users in just a months has today announced an integration with Fitbit and Android Wear.
Once works by offering a single potential suitor every day (which Once calls a “Match,” which is confusing). These ‘matches’ are curated by human match makers who check out your profile and those of other people you’ve liked in the past to determine who you might like next from the Once database.
With the Fitbit integration, users will be able to sync their fitness tracker with the app to see their heart rate in real-time when they first get a glimpse of that day’s match, because the app shows both parties in a match and their counterpart at the same exact time, this could allow for some fun push notifications in the future. Users who don’t have an activity tracker will still be able to use the app anyway.
For now, Once just lets you see your heart rate when you look at your match’s profile. In the next version of the app, however, the user will be able to opt-in to a feature that will send their heart rate to their match once it’s recorded.
Founder and CEO Jean Meyer says he built Once to offer a ‘slow dating’ option in the European online dating market.
“Either the dating platforms are too complex, aimed toward an older demographic,” said Meyer, “or they are focused on casual dating and hook ups.”
Once is yet to be made available in the U.S but very soon the dating app-Once will be made available.
Originally published at NoizMakaz.