They will be able to see the matches who score at an advanced level of compatibility and also why.

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About one in five people are not suitable for the service for reasons including that the user is currently married or has been married more than four times, provides inconsistent answers in the profile, is homosexual, fails its "dysthymia scale," or is identified as possibly having "severe depression." Warren originally explained that he had done extensive research on heterosexual marriage but does not know enough about homosexual relationships to do same-sex match-making which "calls for some very careful thinking. But at the same time, I take a real strong stand against same-sex marriage, anywhere that I can comment on it." Theodore B.

Very careful research." In a separate interview, Warren went into more detail on his own views, noting that "cities like San Francisco, Chicago or New York... Olson, an attorney for e Harmony, said that even though the company believed the complaint was "an unfair characterization of our business", it chose to settle because of the unpredictable nature of litigation.

The mobile App can be downloaded freely at either the i Tunes App Store or Android Market.

And can even register and complete the relationship questionnaire which some say is a lot easier due to their scoring system being easier to navigate on a mobile.

Compatible Partners' users are seen as quite desirable." but, as of March 1, 2012, it shows the last time the person logged on to e Harmony (non-mobile browsers only).

In May 2015 recent user login activity was removed from the expanded profile view.

On June 6, 2012, e Harmony confirmed that its password database had been breached and a section of its user base had been affected.

Satoshi Kanazawa thinks that part of the success of e Harmony can be explained by the high cost of entry in terms of time required to fulfill the initial questionnaire—over 18 hours, but other sources put the time to complete the relationship questionnaire at approximately one hour.

Matching algorithms, which the company believes matches people's core traits and values to replicate the traits of happy couples, use these answers to match members with users the company believes will be compatible.

Starting in January, e Harmony users can now see why they're compatible with a feature called "The Two Of You Together".

Michelle Garcia, writing in the LGBT-interest magazine, The Advocate, also notes that, like e Harmony, Compatible Partners attracts high-quality customers.