Moonit CEO Dana Kanze believes the new service will make it even easier for people to nudge their friends along the path to love.
"[It's] a third-party excuse to move forward with someone rather than it being awkward," Kanze said.
Those who found a social high-tech route to love can also get some advice for staying in love, from a couple of all-time experts.
Thanks to the U.K.–based online TV and film provider blinkbox, anyone with a question about love or marriage can tweet questions to the "world's longest-married couple," Herbert, 104, and Zelmyra Fisher, 102, of North Carolina.
The couple, married for 85 years, has even had their record-setting union authenticated by Guinness World Records.
Facebook users can post questions to the couple's Facebook page wall or Twitter users can tweet questions to @longestmarried. The couple will choose 14 questions and answer them by Twitter on Valentine's Day.
So far, the questions range from the philosophical ("How did you know each other were 'The One'?") to the carnal ("Does sex get boring?") to the religious ("How important would u say it was for both of u to have a relationship with God?") to the sweet ("Does your spouse still give you butterflies?").
We'll have to wait until Sunday to see how "America's Tweethearts" answer most questions.
But for those people tweeting questions about how to find their Valentine in the first place, maybe the Fishers' answer will be simply this: Keep tweeting.