Fox News’ “Christian Dating App” is an app that helps you meet people of different backgrounds and beliefs through online dating.
The app is available in over 100 countries and is owned by Christian Post.
The app’s CEO and founder, Christian Okoye said in a press release that the app’s goal is to be a way for Christians to connect and meet people who are different from them.
“We want to empower Christians to have a deeper connection with the Christian community and to better understand the world around us,” Okoyes said in the press release.
“Our mission is to offer people an opportunity to meet people and have a deep, personal, and meaningful connection.”
The app allows users to create a profile that includes photos of the person, location and other details.
OkoyE said the profile is then uploaded to a server and the app then uses a proprietary algorithm to determine if you’re compatible.
Okoye and his team are also working on ways to improve the dating app.
One of those improvements is the addition of a feature that automatically sends you a text message whenever a potential date matches your profile picture.
The new feature will also allow users to add pictures of their friends and family members if they want.
Okoya said this feature will help connect people with their families and friends.
“With this feature, we will be able to provide more personalized messages to those who are looking for friends, and we hope to expand to include other people’s pictures and information,” Okoya wrote.