The Grade ensures users enjoy a high-quality online dating experience
Dismissing unsatisfactory users who score an “F” grade, The Grade allows users to practice high-quality experiences based on entirely objective criteria. The Grade, developed by NYC based social app developer, Snap Interactive, Inc. has enlisted these criteria. Determined by a sophisticated algorithm that analyzes user behavior, a users grade is based on three categories; the best of all includes spelling errors and use of slang. This means that you better be educated and there is absolutely NO tolerance of the usage of titles such as Bae, Boo Thang, Love Bug, Booski, Snuggle Bunny or any derivatives of such.
The Grade Syllabus
1. Popularity – the quality of a user’s profile and how often a person is liked on the app.
2. Responsiveness – how often a user responds to messages and gets a response back.
3. Message Quality – the content of a person’s messages and checks for spelling mistakes, use of slang, and inappropriate words.
The Grade seems to be the creme de la creme of modern mobile dating technology at the moment. Unless the area serial killer and/or neighborhood rapist are extreme narcissists and set up tons of user profiles to give themselves a D or above; all in all The Grade may be sort of safe and loser free.
Snap Interactive, Inc. Chief Executive Officer, Clifford Lerner says: “Although mobile dating apps have exploded in popularity, feedback has painted a picture of horrific user experiences on existing dating apps. We believe mobile daters deserve a superior experience and decided to create The Grade to eliminate the inappropriate, hostile and undesirable singles that currently taint the mobile dating pool. As one of the first adopters of the Facebook Application platform, we have a history of being pioneers in the online dating space, and we believe we’ve done that again with The Grade.”
The Grade is currently free and available for iPhone users. What are your thoughts on dating apps and does The Grade make the cut?