Zooks is one of the most popular websites for singles in the UK and serves a variety of interests well through its unique behavioural matching system. Zoosk’s search functions are still available, but very often you’ll find you don’t need them as the site progressively narrows your search options as you browse and make selections.
Zoosks appeal is very brad. It has a wide customer base that includes all ages and a variety of intents: Both those looking for long term love and those looking for casual hook ups, for example. It’s free to use early all the core functions and you can join up in minutes. We highly recommend giving it a go.
Zooks behavioural matching algorithm tracks the behaviour of its users as they browse through the service. It looks at how its users choose others and most importantly who they choose. This data is then interpreted by the system to produce predictions regarding other women or men on the site that you might be interested in. These are then presented to you. Theoretically this is an ever improving process and the more you swipe left or right, the more Zoosk learns about you, the less time you will have to spend choosing or searching, the more time you will have being introduced to great new matches quickly.
Zoosk search further supports this core function with all the normal search functionalities that you might expect on a mainstream dating site as well as a fairly extensive profile sections. Those Zooks users who complete their profiles have the chance to express their preferences on a wide variety of different themes and no doubt this information is also plugged into the matching considerations and perhaps utilised by the behavioural matching system.