Sponsored7 Tech-Savvy Ways to Tell If He’s a Good Match — Or NotBetty Confidential7/16/12 3:59pmFiled to: Dating in the digital ageJezebelHeadlineAdvertisement0EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink Dating in the digital age sure can get complicated, can't it? People used to complain about having to wait by the phone — at least they didn't have to try to decipher text messages, glean the hidden meaning behind Facebook updates, and get rejected before even meeting each other in person! Advertisement What's a gal to do? Have no fear: We can help! We've put together a handy-dandy guide of seven tech-savvy ways your technology can help you tell if your latest guy is a good match — or if you should give him a good, old-fashioned kick to the curb.Good match: He looks like his online dating profile photo! Bad match: His photo looks like Brad Pitt; he looks like Mr. Bean.Good match: On a date, he only texts to let you know he's on his way. Bad match: He texts other people all the way through your date.Good match: He uses his smartphone to actually call you. Bad match: He never turns off the ringer, and answers his smartphone constantly...no matter WHAT you're doing!Good match: His phone has apps for great date suggestions like Picksies and he asks for your opinion. Bad match: He has the Fake Girlfriend app.Good match: He uses Facebook to show off adorable pics of the two of you. Bad match: He uses Facebook to keep track of his exes, upload embarrassing photos of you, and/or get tagged in pics with other girls.Good match: He's interested in your Pinterest boards (even the ones about cupcakes and overly intricate nail art). Bad match: He's competitive about your Pinterest boards and is trying out "pin" you.Good match: If he's out and spots something cute, he sends you a photo of the puppy or kitten or funny sign he sees. Bad match: He accidentally includes you on a mass text forward of Octomom's latest pin-up photo.Happy dating! Advertisement XOThis post is republished from Betty Confidential in partnership with Federated Media and smartwater.