eHarmony

eHarmony Summary

eHarmony.com has received numerous awards from the users of DatingSitesReviews.com, and it's easy to see why - with a matching model based on 29 foundational relationship dimensions, eHarmony provides one of the most in-depth dating services in existence. On average, 236 people who met on eHarmony are married every day, so if you're looking for a serious relationship this site might be the place for you.

Regions: United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia

Service Type: Android App, Female Friendly, iPhone / iPad App, Match Making, Mobile Phone, Popular, Website

Looking For: Dating, Long-Term, Marriage

To find out what this service provides you can check out our complete list of eHarmony.com features.

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

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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.

eHarmony Releases Findings From First-Ever Singles & Desirability Study

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eHarmony’s inaugural Singles & Desirability Study

What do singles value most in potential partners? Is it humor? Generosity? Confidence? Intelligence? eHarmony’s inaugural Singles & Desirability Study, conducted in April 2019 by Harris Interactive, takes a deep dive into what Americans really want out of their dating lives.

The study found that both men and women want a partner who is kind, funny and honest. More than half of all singles said honesty is the most important attribute to consider when deciding who to date. Kindness (44%) and a sense of humor (34%) were named the second and third most desirable traits, respectively. While men were two times more likely than women to prioritize physical attraction, attractiveness ranked fourth overall.

eHarmony Partners with Us Weekly to Offer Exclusive Discount

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Are you an Us Weekly reader? If so, you’re in luck. The popular entertainment and gossip magazine just announced that eHarmony is offering its readers an exclusive discount of 20 percent when they join.

Us Weekly said the offer is for a “limited time only,” but didn’t state how long the promotion will last.

eHarmony is a longtime competitor in the online dating world, and one of the big selling points is its matching algorithm. Its success rate is notable. The service matches one couple every 14 minutes according to their website, and according to a survey from 2018, eHarmony is the number one trusted dating site brand. eHarmony is focused on appealing to more serious daters, as opposed to competitors like Tinder.

eHarmony Releases Annual ‘The Happiness Index: Love and Relationships in America’ Report

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2019 eHarmony Happiness Index

How in love are couples in America? What exactly makes a relationship thrive? For the second year running, eHarmony has released The Happiness Index: Love and Relationships in America to answer these questions and others. The national survey took place online between December 13, 2018 and January 3, 2019, with 2,327 interviews conducted by Harris Interactive.

eHarmony wastes no time announcing the good news: 83 percent of Americans are happy in their romantic relationships. Those who are blissfully paired up say the secret to their success is having a monogamous relationship with open communication, a healthy sex life, and an equal partnership between both halves. Only one in nine people say they are unhappy with their partner or spouse. These troubled couples are often together for companionship rather than love, have infrequent sex, and feel a sense of inequality in their relationship.

This year, a strong correlation between romantic happiness and an interest in social justice issues emerged. Couples who reported shared awareness of important cultural movements, such as #MeToo, also reported increased relationship happiness. Additional links emerged between relationship happiness and openness about mental health, honest political discourse, and voting in the 2018 midterm elections.

eHarmony’s Future as Part of ProSeiben’s Parship Dating Service

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eHarmony CEO Grant Langston and CEO of Parship Elite Group Tim Schiffers

Online dating company eHarmony, who built its reputation for more serious daters, was recently acquired by German media company ProSeibenSat.1. The media company are the producers behind “Married at First Sight,” and have already expanded beyond television with the acquisition of Parship Elite Group, an online dating platform for long-term relationships similar to eHarmony.

It left many wondering what future plans were for eHarmony, which has seen competition lately from apps like Tinder and OkCupid, and how Parship fits into the mix.

Online Personals Watch recently interviewed Tim Schiffers, the CEO of Parship Elite Group about the acquisitions and Parship’s future plans. Schiffers said Parship plans to bring eHarmony to its platform instead of offering competing services. “We have invested a lot into our technical setup over the past few years and are happy to harness synergies in that area.”

eHarmony Offers 15% off Subscriptions to Celebrate Valentie's Day - 2019

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For the first half of February in celebration of Valentine's Day eHarmony is offering 15% off of membership subscriptions when you use a coupon code. It starts Tuesday, January 30th and runs to Friday, February 15th.

The discount will be automatically applied when you use the code below. Depending on the term of the subscription you select, you can save over $35.

Promotional code: VALENTINESDAY

This deal is available to new and existing eHarmony users. If you are a new user you can create a free account and fill in your profile. The whole process takes about 30 or so minutes since eHarmony does require to know a bit about what you like and dislike. eHarmony uses a matchmaking system to determine your highest quality matches and delivers these to you every day. They have spent years researching what makes couples compatible and take great pride in the number of marriages that have been the result of them matching people together. With your free account you can also view your matches at no cost but if you wish to message them you will be required to subscribe. Depending on the term length subscriptions can be purchased for less than $20 a month.

For more on this online dating service which can be accessed from their website or dating apps, you read our eHarmony review.