The company is aiming to help users speak more conversationally to prospective dates

Dating app Plenty of Fish has teamed up with Google Home to let users to compose messages to their matches on the app hands-free by speaking rather than typing, allowing for a more natural conversation. Google Home will also be able to read aloud to you the messages that you receive, according to the company.

“We’ve found that a good conversation is the number one indicator of a great date, so both Spark and the Google Assistant integration were created to help people easily connect and get the conversation started,” Plenty of Fish CEO Hesam Hosseini said in a statement to Mashable.

Plenty of Fish recently launched a feature called ‘Spark,' through which users of the app can comment on a specific aspect of another user's profile. Spark has led to a measurable increase in replies for both Android and iPhone users.

Plenty of Fish | Google Home

Dating app Plenty of Fish has teamed up with Google Home to let users to compose messages to their matches on the app hands-free by speaking rather than typing, allowing for a more natural conversation. Google Home will also be able to read aloud to you the messages that you receive, according to the company.

“We’ve found that a good conversation is the number one indicator of a great date, so both Spark and the Google Assistant integration were created to help people easily connect and get the conversation started,” Plenty of Fish CEO Hesam Hosseini said in a statement to Mashable.