If you click no, you won’t see that snapshot again, and that person never sees your profile.
Only the people you’re interested in get to view your profile.
It, too, avoids posting your activity to Facebook walls, or sharing your activity with your friends.
But music is a big ice breaker, and Yoke compares users’ Spotify, Rdio, or MOG listening data against Echo Nest‘s graph of how popular musicians are clustered to suggest potential matches based on similar musical interests.
Both sites are appealing alternatives to Ok Cupid’s unstructured profile data, especially for the Facebook generation.
When you’ve browsed all the profiles, you hit a “You’ve Seen It All Page,” and that’s it.
Circles gives you two weeks to meet up with an interest before the match expires, which is plenty of time to start a conversation, says Krause.