DETROIT METRO TIMES - Nov 8 - Date Aha! president and co-founder Stan Bradbury, says that one of the biggest downfalls to dating in the last decade is the lack of transparency. Though not a dating site itself, what DateAha! is hoping to do is make up for years of bad dates, toxic behavior, and misleading profile photos. The free tool, which launches Friday, Nov. 9, is a browser extension that syncs with a user's pre-existing dating profile on sites like Match.com, OkCupid, PlentyOf Fish, eHarmony, Zoosk or Badoo. Once installed, a user can leave anonymous comments regarding someone's profile based on dates or interactions gone wrong and those comments can be viewed by other DateAha! users to better inform whether or not the person is a total creep. Any comment can be replied to and the original poster will be notified. DateAha! monitors comments and can block people from being able to re-install the extension. Currently, DateAha! is not available for smartphone apps like Tindr and Bumble, but that's on the DateAha! agenda in the coming months.