Going on a date? Have a look at these Apps

In today’s world, most of the youngsters use online dating sites because of the fear being rejected in actual life. Dating apps allow us to choose the kind of person who matches our taste. Internet dating gives people from different places quality time to learn about each other. Online sites give one a chance to learn from the person they are pursuing. This gives them enough time to compose themselves and pick the right words to say them. If you want to date try the following apps.

Going on a date


Match.com:

It was the first and is now the most popular online dating site in the world. It comes with a free-to-download app for a person’s iPhone or iPad in addition to the browser-based website, and costs nearly thirteen pounds per month. One just needs to create a profile, and Match will do its best to find a perfect match.

There are also single events in this app that mean one can meet other users face-to-face in a safe and secure environment. One can also be able to find matches that are nearby using the Around Me feature, which lets to know whether there are any fellow Match.com members in their current location. One can also find matches based on their interests, qualities and even imperfections.

EHarmony:

This app is another popular online dating service, which also has a free-to-download app. A person using this app at the initial stage should take a relationship questionnaire that helps the matching system get to know them. It actually uses a patented Compatibility Matching System that boasts great results.

According to this app, there is more than six lakh married couples that met through eHarmony, which means an average of four hundred and eight three people gets married every day as a result of an eHarmony match. It costs nearly ten pounds and hence it is slightly less expensive than Match.com and is ideal for anyone looking for a committed relationship that lasts. 

Tinder:

Tinder app is meant for the casual hook ups app, launched in the year 2012 and it has become one of the most popular dating apps in the world. It is pretty much the opposite of eHarmony but there are some romantic success stories that stemmed from it. The users are presented with a picture of their would-be beau and given the option to swipe left for no or right for yes. Hence it is said to be, Tinder matches couples based on their physical attraction to one another, so there are none of the relationship questionnaires and there is no deep understanding of their personality.

Here, the person can see other Tinder Users who fall within a particular age, gender, and are within a certain distance of their place of living. It also lets to know whether they have any mutual friends.  This app is used by most of the youngsters. It recently introduced the ability to ‘like’ individual messages and illustrate their desire for the new match through gifts, so twenty and thirty-something. The app is free to download and use, and is available for iPhone or Android.

Bumble:

This app is similar to that of Tinder app and it challenges female users to make the first move, and message first. It works on the same swipe left or right basis. Here the female user has just 24 hours to message before the potential date disappears. Men can extend this time for a further 24 hours if they are really keen. Bubble’s crowd seems to be particularly attractive, almost too good to be true. It is mostly a young professional and creative crowd made up of people in their mid to late twenties.   

Happn:

This app is a location-based app which lists the potential dates that one has passed by in the street as one long, never-ending list of their main profile picture, age, and job. Once a person has tapped on their profile, they can check the exact point at which they crossed paths, on their commute or night out.  The Happn’s users, while generally in their twenties, rarely seem to message anyone once a match has been made.

Love Struck:

This app is a bit pricier than the other options, starting at sixteen pounds per month, but it is designed for city-based professionals that struggle to find time for dating. It matches a person with other members who work nearby fir breakfast or lunch break dates, and there are regular events to help them to meet lots of single people in one go.

Woo:

This app largely works on the matching people based on their interests. It is popularly known to be “Matchmaking app for singles’. Woo app also prompts a person to ask questions from its customized list or one can even type an own question before connecting with someone. The list includes various questions, but the problem with it is that it really pushes a person to ask questions.

 It only shows us a couple of matchmaking options and prompts us to ask at least three questions in order to move further. And then it asks us to invite friends on the app, which is really annoying. The USP of the app is that it allows us to select a particular interest tag of a person and the search engine, in turn, lists all of those people who have that similar interest. It also allows the folks to record a seven-second voice message an optional one, which displays on their profile. The profile also has a slot to fill in our religion.

This app requires us to log in with a Facebook account but the issue with this method is that our Facebook profile is exposed also to those people whom we liked, chatted but unmatched later out of certain problems. It provides full safety for the girls as it only displays the initials and not the full name or nicknames of the girls. The app settings are more or less it for Woo too as one can choose to see people based on distance, age etc.   

OkCupid:

This app more or less relies on a search algorithm based on distance. Here, one can fill the profile summary relating to our interests and hobbies. OkCupid app prompts us to ask more questions. One can also mention age preferences, area preferences and whether we are interested in new friends or dating. This app is good for the people who are looking for serious relationships and want to be sure of the match before liking or messaging a person. It also shows us the match preference with the profiles displayed based on interests and proximity.

OkCupid by far has the most elaborate search filter and also browse matches based on income, job, religion, drinks, ethnicity and even diet. So only it is important to fill the whole profile properly, so as to appear in searches with common interests. This app has a paid version of the app called ‘A-list’. With A-list, one can view all the profile visitors and those who like us; search by many more filters such as body type and attractiveness; browse other people in the incognito mode etc. The paid version comes for one, three and six month’s subscription options.  
   
Author Bio :-

Andrew Shah is a professional digital marketing manager in ZoPlay who write articles on different topics including mobile app scripts. Datingo app developed by his company is a tender clone script that exactly fulfills the needs of people in online dating.
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