The service promises exactly what it sounds like: blind dates. You input a time that works for you and your favorite bar or restaurant, and the app finds you a date and sets it all up — all you have to do is show up and have a great time. You are allowed to chat with the guy or girl through the app beforehand, but the identity of both parties is kept a secret until the big night.
Our first reaction was sheer terror — someone's taken our worst fear and charged us money for it! But, upon further research, it could be a solid idea. After all, OkCupid isn't exactly new to the romance algorithm, so we're pretty sure the company can match people to a T. And, the app lets you file confidential reviews after every date, so the service can start narrowing down your type. But, that doesn't mean we're racing out to sign up — we think this calls for a glass of wine and a classic pro-con list before we make any decisions. What do you think: Is this simply the way of the future, or are you totally weary?