To view your visitors, members can invite three friends for free to join the site, or upgrade to the premium membership.

To send or read emails, you'll need to pay for a membership which runs from .99 per month to .99 per month.

Several new apps, considered social networking apps or social discovery apps, were featured in this year's Mobile Dating Boot Camp.

According to the Pew Internet Project's research study related to mobile technology, 56 percent of Americans have a smartphone, and 29 percent of cell phone owners describe their device as something they can't imagine living without.

I've often said that if your cell phone was waterproof, it would end up in the shower with you.

e Harmony: i Os and Android e Harmony is responsible for over 1 million people getting married since they launched in 2000. Their mobile app downloads surpassed the five million mark over the summer.

e Harmony reports that users tend to access their mobile apps 5 or more times throughout the day, compared to twice a day on the computer.

If you're a member of one of these online dating sites, you can date on-the-go as you take advantage of their mobile apps, many of which have additional features than are found on their web-based versions. Match: i Os, Android, and Black Berry Match was launched in 1995, and is available in 24 countries around the world in 15 different languages.

With over 15 million members, they're considered the world's largest subscription-based, online dating site.

Years ago, we thought we couldn't live without the fax machine.

Now, can you imagine living without your cell phone?

Users will find more than just suggested beach walks from their busy and active members.