Mobile dating for busy people
EliteSingles members are typically busy Australians with hectic schedules. Smartphones and mobile internet are now indispensable tools for modern folk wanting freedom and flexibility. In light of this we’ve developed a mobile version of our site to make dating accessible and convenient, however fast your pace of life. Easy to navigate and uncomplicated in design, it will make your online dating experience more efficient as you view your newest matches in shop queues or send messages on the commute home.
Mobile dating made easy
Using our mobile site is effortless since your browser should respond automatically when you login on your phone. If you are a new user you can complete our personality test and buy a membership directly on your phone. If you already have a profile, simply log in to see your partner suggestions and messages.
After logging in you will be taken directly to your newest partner suggestions. From there you can navigate to other functions by tapping the menu button in the upper right corner. With the mobile site you can also quickly update your profile with pictures directly from your phone. You can send smiles, questions and image requests and also have quick access to your membership options and account details.
Using EliteSingles iOS dating app
iOS users also have the opportunity to further streamline their dating experience by using our EliteSingles dating app. In essence, the app provides all of the same functions you’d find on our mobile dating site, but in a highly accessible format. Free to download from the Apple iTunes store, all you’ll need to meet other singles is your phone and an internet connection!
Take the personality test and fill in your profile preferences
The first thing you need to do to become an EliteSingles member is take our comprehensive personality test. Based on the Five Factor Model of personality traits and comprised of over 200 questions, our test has been carefully designed to assess your character and match you with compatible singles. The questions evaluate levels of openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness and neuroticism.