TIME -- June 13 -- Online dating has boomed into a $500 million industry. But as sites for singles multiply, the old one-size-fits-all approach seems hopelessly dated. Here's a look at some new trends at the heart of today's digital romance. MOBILE; Match.com Mobile enables online daters to transfer their profiles to cell phones. DATE RATERS; Sites like Lemondate.com and Truedater.com post reviews of online-dating candidates by people who have met them. ATLAS HUGGED; Need to narrow the choices? Super-specialized singles sites exist for bikers, smokers, democrats, NASCAR devotees and people with sexually transmitted diseases. Even randy Ayn Rand aficionados can gather at TheAtlasphere.com. DATING ON DEMAND; Comcast cable customers can watch video profiles and then log on through Hurrydate.com.
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Mark Brooks: Webdate allows it's mobile users to view ALL it's users. Match has a limited pool of mobile daters. Seems Webdate has one upped them with their mobile service, for now.