A dating site is looking to make its matches sing to match

The dating site Match.com is making its partners sing to boost their matchmaking numbers.

According to a report from TechCrunch, Match is looking at ways to make them more appealing, like a “song” feature where users will hear the lyrics of the song they’re looking for.

This is a new feature that allows Match to help people choose the person they want to be with, as opposed to simply hearing the lyrics.

It’s not entirely clear what the “song,” which is apparently composed by a songwriter, is supposed to be, but it could be a music video or a song.

It is unclear if Match will also add lyrics to the person it’s interested in matching with.

This could be used to help boost your chances of getting matched with a girl that you’re attracted to.

Match has previously worked with other dating sites, like OkCupid, to make users feel more comfortable about choosing a match based on the songs they listen to.

“If we could make our matchmaking process easier for you, we would do so,” Match CEO Michael Vigots told TechCrunch.

“And it makes sense for us to try to do so with our current app.”

Match is hoping this feature will boost matchmaking.

In a statement to The Verge, Vigot said, “Our goal is to create a more intuitive and intuitive user experience and to help match you up with the right person.

We’ve been working hard to create this new user experience with Match.”

We’ll be hearing more about this new feature as it becomes available.

In the meantime, we’ll let you know if it makes it to the app store.