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WP7 PlentyOfFish app released

What's that? Yet another official app? Of course it is, this is international official app release week for Windows Phone 7 remember? It seems even the WP7 users who are seeking love will be able to use their handsets to find romance with the official PlentyOfFish app entering the Marketplace.

While no information is detailed in the description as to what features are presently available in the app (apart from search and profiles), we'd assume messaging and more is included. You can download the app (Zune link) from the Marketplace for free (as well as register and use the service) but be aware that a payment is required to use advanced features.

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dalydose says:

I gave up on POF when they started requiring financial data for matching. They are either fathering too much info it they are a cesspool of gold diggers.Where's OK Cupid??

Paul Acevedo says:

OKCupid certainly does rock.

futurix says:

It would nice to have at least one dating app for **** men (yes, I mean Grindr - quite a lot of my friends won't touch WP7 until it is available).

futurix says:

Er-r-r, so g-a-y is a censored word here??

I think because of its potential pejorative use amongst the more adolescent minded. Still, we'll look into monitoring it for modification.

futurix says:

Not sure what "monitoring" means in that case, but thank you ;-)

Paul Acevedo says:

We should change that. Microsoft themselves took a bunch of flack for banning the word from Xbox Live profiles, eventually removing it from the ban list.

mango.lover says:

I think Grindr will start working once IE9 mobile is released this fall with Mango. Same thing with A4A Radar.

futurix says:

But it's not a website?

mango.lover says:

Oops, that's right. For some reason I thought Grindr was a web app, my bad :-/

Winterfang says:

You can't say H.E.L.L either.

mango.lover says:

Call me when OKCupid is available. Only legit dating site.

dalydose says:

I wrote to OKCupid today and made the suggestion. Heck, they got bought out by Match.com and Match has a WP7 app. Someone should be able to tell OKC how to get it done.

thenet says:

I found a cool dating site called seatchforawoman.com they seem to work well on smartphone web browsers.