'Bachelor' Host Creates Video Matchmaking App

Chris Harrison's new app, "At First Sight," joins hot, new world of digital matchmaking.
4:19 | 08/13/13

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Coming up next here, inside the high-tech ways to look for love. Including one from a fella i heard tell of. Our friend right here, chris harrison. Before we talk to him about it, take a look at some of the creative ways technology is helping people find love. You're -- perfectmatch.Com. Just one site? Yeah. Honey, you have to put more bets on the table. I'm in at least ten. In the movie, "must love dogs" diane lane's character meets the love of her life through a dating website. If you're allergic to gluten but looking for love, try glutenfreesingles.Com. How about a site just for vaguens or lovers of hot sauce. The options go on and on. You can find your first mate at seacaptaindate.Com. Or have you always wanted to date a clown? There's a site for that, too. If you're single in the country, don't despair. Visit farmersonly.Com. You don't know who is going to make you go, hmm. I'd like to see that person again. It's a match. He likes me, too. I can send him a message. Reporter:23-year-old chantle met her boyfriend of five months on tinder. It links to your facebook profile and hooks up users based on location. It feels like you're at a party. And you're -- the same way you look around and see who is attractive. You talk about your shared interest and mutual friends. Reporter: And chris harrison is bringing his at first sight. I'm giving this a shot. Reporter: Do more choices make finding love easier? Not necessarily. We want a quick fix. There is no quick fix to love. You want it. You have to work for it. And you have to go out there and get it. Reporter: For "good morning america," linzie janis, abc news, new york. We have the expert on all these things right here. Tell us more about how this works. At first sight. What happened was, obviously, from "the bachelor" and "bachelorette," the creator of the show and I started to talk about real people, really wanting to find a relationship. And a connection. Real love. Not everybody wants to be on tv doing this. It's the one thing we all want. Getting into the space, there was a lack of an updated version on how to do this and how to meet people and find a connection. At first sight was born. And there's video profiles. You actually can find a connection. You're not going through old photos and a fake bio. How do you protect from that this. You see and hear on at first sight. You find that connection before you go on it. It takes away the first awkward date. It saves you hours and money and the awkwardness. You already have a connection before you go on that date. And a catfish-free zone. And you have your phones all out. Everyone has their cameras with them right now. You can make a profile. It's free. Are they date stamped? You know you're watching an updated version. You can only do it -- you can't video something years ago. You're not going to have that picture, wait. I thought you had hair? And you were 150 pounds. You can't think with that. You see what you're getting. What's the response been? It's been phenomenal. We laughed. We wouldn't cast the show like that. You want to see and hear people. The response has been fantastic. Can we mention juan pablo? The new bachelor. At first sight. At first sight right here. I'm good with this. When I introduced him last monday, it was like the beatles. Women were throwing themselves at this guy. So much so, we had to open casting again to let more women into the show. All right. That will be amazing. So great to have you here. Hi everybody 827.

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