Finding a mate online can be a somewhat difficult task, so 'Pear' is a social networking application that focuses on making the experience easier for everyone.
Pairing a user up with two potential matches at a time, 'Pear' works on finding out who you like, who you are less into and who you are interested in the most.
'Pear' is powered by a Nobel prize-winning algorithm that was developed by Lloyd Shapley and David Gale that they published in a work entitled 'The Stability of Marriage.'
Online dating has become a popular way for busy professionals to passively get involved with other singles in a casual manner. The 'Pear' social networking application aims to help be a way for singles to find mates that are more up their alley for a longterm relationship rather than just a companion that's good for a few dates.
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