eHarmony’s Personality Profile – Now Mobile

May 5, 2011

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We believe that knowing yourself is the first step towards finding a great relationship. That’s why we created the eHarmony Personality Profile, a customized report that you receive for free when you complete the eHarmony Relationship Questionnaire. The report is all about you and explores how you rate across 5 key personality dimensions: Agreeableness, Openness, Emotional Stability, Conscientiousness, and Extraversion. (What psychologist refer to as the Big 5 personality traits.)

Until now, you could only access your Personality Profile when logged into our main site. But now, with the latest version 1.5 release of our iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Android mobile apps, you can now read your report while on the go.

The Book of You
When you open the eHarmony mobile app on your iPhone, iPod Touch or Android device, you’ll now find a link to the Personality Profile right on the Home screen. Your report is organized in a book format to make the experience both an interesting and easy read. We encourage you to take a look and see if you don’t learn something valuable about yourself.

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Subscribe and Communicate Right from Your Phone

Another new feature in this release is the ability for our US customers to subscribe right from their iPhone, iPod Touch, or Android mobile device. It’s handy to be able to upgrade your account to subscriber status while you’re on the go, especially when you have a match that really wants to get to know you. We support all major credit cards (sorry no Paypal yet), and have a number of plans that can work for most any budget. And if you prefer to talk to one of our customer care agents to complete your subscription, that option is still available.

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iPad Bug Fix

Also in this release, we’ve fixed a bug for our iPad app which was forcing our iPad users to log-in again after viewing each match’s photos. Being candid, everyone in QA, Engineering and Product was disappointed that we missed that specific bug. Over the last few releases we’ve been steadily improving the stability and performance of our mobile applications, despite this bug. We want all of our customers to know that our team is focused on continually improving the mobile experience and then when bugs do make it into the wild, we’ll do our best to put out a fix as quickly as we can.
As always, if you have any questions or comments on our new features, please let us know by posting a comment on this blog article. We look forward to hearing from you!

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