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The Yoke Application Pairs Couples Via Facebook Information

 - Nov 6, 2012
References: apps.facebook & techcrunch
The Yoke Application takes to Facebook to match what it believes are compatible couples. Information regarding Amazon purchases, ‘Likes’ and Netflix preferences are are pooled from either ones friend group or one’s friends of friends group, linking relevant interests together.

This online tool furthers Facebook’s interconnected features. Single users are matched up based on favored songs or alma matter backgrounds, lifestyle choices that many feel are essential to healthy relationships.

Yoke has been released on behalf of the Huffington Post’s former social media editor Rob Fishman and Adaptive Semantics founder Jeff Revesz. The technology experts focus on the program’s simplicity as users merely have to download the application. Profiles, statuses and contact circles are then automatically aggregated.