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On these apps, users keep minimal profiles -- much less detailed than those you see on Facebook or My Space.
Skout, which has become one of the leaders in the space, boasts more than 1 million users, and the average age is somewhere between 24 and 25, said Christian Wiklund, Skout's founder and CEO.
But a new class of GPS-enabled smartphone apps is trying to bring dating back to the pure, data-driven basics. In this new era of app-driven love, location is most important.
Take, for example, the story of Scott Kutcher and Amanda Segal.
'" While established online dating services like e Harmony and go to painstaking lengths to match daters based on their exhaustive surveys of likes and dislikes, this new crop of GPS-based dating apps seems fixated largely on two qualities in potential mates: Proximity and convenience.
Apps like Skout, Grindr and Street Spark let people sort through lists of potential daters based on where they are located at any given moment.