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Fed up of meaningless swiping? Try this new dating app based on personality type matching

So Syncd is the first dating app and website that matches compatible personality types

by Psychologies

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How much time do you waste on bad dates? Finding love in 2020 can be challenging. Many people now turn to dating apps to help them find ‘the one’, only to discover that they are missing a crucial piece of the puzzle: personality compatibility. It’s one of the most important ingredients of attraction, yet it’s not even a small consideration in most dating apps…until now.

So Syncd, a new dating app and website, is revolutionising the way people date by pairing couples who have just the right amount of similarities to ‘get’ each other and just the right amount of differences to create that spark, making dating more meaningful, fun and successful. It’s based on the most popular personality framework in the world: the Myers-Briggs model.

The company was founded by two sisters, Jessica and Louella Alderson, who decided that life is too short to waste time on bad dates. Their view, based on personal experience and that of their friends and colleagues, is that in our time-pressured world it’s more important than ever before to be able to focus, not only on physical attraction, which is what the majority of online dating sites use, but also on personality compatibility.

When you sign up for So Syncd, you start by taking a comprehensive personality assessment, which consists of 40 questions and takes around five to ten minutes. You’ll get a comprehensive personality profile at the end, along with guidance on which personality types you’ll be most compatible with. Then you’re ready to start matching with people who understand you and you click with. It's completely free to sign up and take the personality test.

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The So Syncd Sisters

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