It even works on your Apple Watch so you can be sure to “catch” all the hotties while you are out and about.Lime also links up to your Facebook account to match your likes and find the best matches for you.(Lazybones can presumably convert this to driving distance in their head.) You can even see a person's step count chart for the last seven days.If you're interested in someone, do the usual swipe right.Because couch potatoes of a feather flock together?On the flip side, if you're a fitness-tracker diehard who does a daily 12K steps or bust, you can log onto Lime and find someone to share those long walks — preferably on the beach.After the success of Hater, the dating app that matches you with people who hate the same things you do, we’re pretty confident Lime will have no problems hooking in users. After her recent blind date set up by an octopus was such a success, it seems like a good bet.Could your preferred heart rate actually be the key to your heart? Their promise is to match you up with other people who are similarly obsessed with exercise — or as terminally lazy — as you are.
It then shows you people nearby who you’re well-suited to, and amusingly shows their distance in steps.
I’m a single and semi-ready to mingle lady, but the only time I ever actually use a dating app is after I’ve ingested too much pizza and I’m confined to my couch to digest while some shameful Netflix binge plays.
That’s about the sum total of my physical activity and makes swiping through the sea of never-ending gym selfies and muscled ‘hunks’ more painful.
Mashable reports that Lime — which launched last month and already has about 5,000 users — is the first app to find you potential dates based on data from your i OS Health app.
Creator Edward Chen told Mashable that dating someone whose activity level matches yours "gives you a lot more to talk about, but also more activities to do together.""I use the Apple Health App quite often to compare my steps with my friends'," Chen added in an interview with The Huffington Post.
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Created by Edward Chen and launched last month, Lime is the first dating app to use data from your i OS health app to asses your activity level.