The genders agreed physical attraction, intelligence, a sense-of-humour, kindness and mutual interests were important in a date.
So wouldn't it be great to have someone to do the searching for you - someone who really knows what type of person you're looking for.
While dating has changed irreversibly with the advent of new technology, it seems a few stereotypes live on.
A survey of 800 singletons looking for love revealed that it pays to be attentive, and avoid pushing too hard, if you want that first date to blossom into something more.
' And that's something that we wanted to explore a little more."We also realised that everyone around is talking about astrology and that it was a huge cultural movement." Users sign up with their Facebook accounts, input their birthdates and post codes, pick six traits "or emojis" to describe themselves, and the preferred age and gender of potential matches.
Users receive five matches daily, appearing in "constellation" form on the app's main screen.