eHarmony Summary

eHarmony has received numerous awards from and has many positive user reviews, and it's easy to see why - with a matching model based on 32 foundational relationship dimensions, eHarmony provides one of the most in-depth dating services in existence. On average, 438 couples who met on eHarmony are married every day, so if you're looking for a serious relationship this service might be the place for you.

Regions: United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia

Service Type: Android App, Female Friendly, iOS App, Match Making, Popular, Smartphone, Website

Looking For: Dating, Long-Term, Marriage

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eHarmony Releases Video Date Feature

  • Friday, May 01 2020 @ 09:08 am
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eHarmony now has Video Dating

Dating app eHarmony has released a new feature called Video Date, in time to help its users form better connections over its app. This is especially timely as the world shelters in place from the outbreak of coronavirus.

Video Date is a one-on-one video chat service that is available within the eHarmony app. Touting its safety, eHarmony says the key distinguishing parts of its new feature are the security measures the company put in place. No member will be forced to exchange private information such as a mobile number, nor will they be “faced with the additional safety concerns associated with moving to an external platform,” according to the company’s press release

eHarmony’s Third Annual Happiness Index Reveals What’s Keeping American Couples Together In 2020

  • Tuesday, March 10 2020 @ 03:34 pm
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The Happiness Index: Love and Relationships in America
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Sex. Politics. Equality. Mental health. Climate change. Commitment. These are the things on couples’ minds in 2020, according to eHarmony’s third annual installment of "The Happiness Index: Love and Relationships in America."

Eight-two percent of American couples say they’re happy in their current romantic relationships (down just slightly from last year’s 83%). Although there’s no exact science to creating a satisfying partnership, surveys like these offer insight into what makes successful couples thrive. Two factors at the top of the list are sex and quality time.

Couples in 2020 are more likely to prioritize sex than couples in 2019. This year’s Happiness Index found that 86 percent of couples who have sex with their partner weekly are happy. The 78 percent of couples who have sex monthly and 66 percent who have sex a few times per year are less happy than their counterparts. But it’s not just sex that matters — couples who focus on both sex and quality time with each other are happier (87 percent) than couples who focus only on sex (69 percent) or quality time (82 percent).

2020 Dating Sites Reviews Choice Awards - Match System

  • Friday, January 24 2020 @ 11:25 am
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2020 Dating Sites Reviews Choice Awards - Match System

The 2020 Editor's Top Pick - Match System award recipient is eHarmony. This dating service had a whirlwind year. They where acquired by German Broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 and then late in 2019, they launched a big update which included not only interface changes but major core improvements to how the actual service works. These changes happened to both their website and dating apps (available on iOS and Android). Don't worry, eHarmony is still all about matching and their revamped Compatibility Quiz (originally called the Relationship Questionnaire) shows their commitment to their continued strategy of matching members to create meaningfully long term relationships. Another surprising thing from the update is that the new eHarmony now will provide matches for someone looking for a relationship with the same gender. It doesn't matter what your gender is either, as both have almost an equal chance of finding someone since eHarmony's members are made up of 51% men and 49% women.

eHarmony Receives a Major Update

  • Tuesday, December 10 2019 @ 11:12 am
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On November 4th eHarmony released a massive update to their dating service. Both the website and dating apps (iOS and Android) received a complete overhaul.

It was just a year ago that eHarmony was purchased by Germany's Parship Elite Group. At that time Parship Elite Group planned to move eHarmony to their existing platform which currently runs their other dating platforms (most are in Europe). An interview with Tim Schiffers, the CEO of Parship Elite Group stated that the migration could take as long as a year but would be well worth it since they have invested a lot in their technical setup to ensure ease of maintenance and feature upgrades.

Compatible Partners is Now Part of eHarmony

  • Tuesday, November 12 2019 @ 11:19 am
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Compatible Partners is now part of eHarmony

Late in 2018 eHarmony was acquired by the German broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 (Parship Elite Group). Since then they have been busy working on a large update to eHarmony which went live on November 4th, 2019. With this update came the closure of Compatible Partners which now redirects to eHarmony with the following message:

A fresh experience is waiting for you. Log in with your existing credentials or register now to discover what‘s new.

So, it looks like current members have nothing to worry about as all active member accounts have been moved over to eHarmony so all you need to do is log in with your existing information.

New Study Finds Dating Apps Have More Access to Personal Information Than You Think

  • Tuesday, August 27 2019 @ 09:23 am
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Dating app users often don’t realize how much personal information they are giving away just by signing up. But Datingroo, a U.K.-based online dating research company, has released a new study that shows exactly how little privacy most dating app users have.

Datingroo studied the ten most popular dating apps from Tinder to PlentyofFish to eHarmony, examining 45 personal data access points in 13 categories such as precise location, other accounts on the device, network connections, and modification or deletion of the contents on USB storage, and found some surprising results.

Among all the apps, Badoo and PlentyofFish have access to the most data in user’s devices (92% of all access points studied). Combined, they have more than 522 million users worldwide, which means they have access to an enormous amount of information. Coffee Meets Bagel has the fewest users (7 million), as well as the least data access.

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