Cupid, an online dating service provider for customers around the world will integrate Sprylogics' Poynt-Enabled SDK
Feb. 24, 2014
Sprylogics International Corp. ("Sprylogics" or the "Company") (TSXV: SPY),
a technology provider of local mobile search and messaging solutions for consumers and businesses announced that UK-based Cupid PLC, a leading online dating service has signed an agreement to integrate the Company's Poynt-Enabled SDK as part of its mobile strategy for Cupid.com.
Poynt-Enabled integrations allow mobile users to easily find, discuss and book local activities, like movies, events and restaurants, without ever leaving the app.
"We're delighted to partner with Cupid, a leader in the online dating market", says
, CEO of Sprylogics. "Online dating, like other segments, where planning and coordinating between users is done via our search and share functionality; or where monetization of local search is a priority, is a perfect fit for our Poynt-Enabled SDK. Our technology facilitates these capabilities without leaving the app.
The Cupid app is available for both
iOS on the iTunes store
Android's Google Play
Cupid PLC delivers online, mobile and social dating sites focused on building highly-engaged communities of singles with common interests. In addition to its core product,
, the company caters to niche interests and demographics through a variety of other properties, apps and social widgets. Cupid's long-term success is due to the ability to quickly adapt to new technologies and platforms, while offering online dating products and services specifically optimized for people looking for meaningful, long-term relationships.
Sprylogics International Corp. enables telecom operators, messaging and mobile application providers to introduce new revenue streams into their apps with its "Poynt-Enabled" SDK. "Poynt-Enabled" brings monetization related to the user's search intent, while increasing loyalty, engagement and usage activity levels. Sprylogics semantically aggregates and distributes useful local content by making it searchable via its patented geographical and contextual targeting technology.