Heystack, a female-focused dating app from Israel, has announced a new LinkedIn feature.
It is designed to let women scan through the information the majority of Heystack users felt was most important – employment and education.
Heystack is a dating app that links with Facebook and searches through your second and third degree friends – finding their single friends.
Originally only showing you matches with common interests, it will now let users scan through LinkedIn-generated information.
Co-founder and CEO Shai Wolkomir said: “Hundreds of Heystack’s female users have indicated that employment & education are one of the most important pieces of information they look for in men’s profile.
“In addition when women are exposed to information generated from different social networks it also reduces their fear of fake and untrue personalities.”
The company said Heystack is about “empowering women, offering them more control over the whole meeting-new-people thing, with extra features only available to women”.
Heystack was launched in Israel in February 2013, and was released in the UK and Germany in July.
The announcement was made at the “The Next Web” USA Conference this week, and the feature is set to launch this week in the app’s next update, version 1.210.
Download Heystack for iOS here.