Whilst communication tools are pretty good, they could be improved slightly.We’re going to get this out of the way first, because it’s a big irritation to us: signing up. If you believe in Zodiacs then you can search for these, but requesting information such as registration date isn’t particularly useful unless you wish to find new members.After you’ve included your basic information you are then asked to upload a scan of your ID, or a photo of you holding a piece of paper with your email address written on it. They’d be better off including more options such as “recently online” or “hobbies”.If you need a bit of inspiration, then you can check the success stories, although there aren’t many of them – which is a bit worrying.
You can also opt to receive a newsletter which is tailored to your individual preferences, so you can see which new members would suit you and which news items will help you to get a date.Members have to upload a photo, which, despite its annoyances, does meant that you won’t have photo-less profiles to wade through. A brief look at the galleries will provide a glimpse at the attractive members who have joined, many of whom are looking for dates or even long term relationships. You can include the basic information such as age and location, but the other options can seem a bit pointless. But Chinese Kisses puckers up to try and bring you a romantic experience online, introducing you to a bounty of members in and from China, or with Chinese heritage.You won’t find this everywhere, and it’s great to be able to take things into a private webcam chat if you feel like it.
This way you can see and hear a member to get a sense of them as a person, as well as how fluid your conversation will be.