The Top 5 Best Dating Apps for you guys
Dating apps seem to be everywhere these days. They’re all over the Internet, you can download the app versions to your phone, and they even advertise them on TV. If there was ever any skepticism about the ability of online dating to rival the offline version, that has long since evaporated. Dating apps attract millions of customers, right across the globe – and no wonder. They make meeting potential partners so easy, and you can integrate the service they offer with other aspects of your life. So what are five of the best examples of dating apps?
Flirt prides itself in offering clients an interface which is easy-to-navigate. Ideal for newcomers, there are chat room facilities, daters from all over the world to connect with, and your online protection is guaranteed. A comprehensive search facility allows you to narrow your parameters according to your preferences – do you wish your date with/without tattoos, are you eager to meet someone with a degree, what hair color is your favorite? When you come across another site user you’d like to get to know better, you can send them a wink or a flirtatious message.
Cupid is one of the longest-running apps and boasts of stimulating nearly 104,000 amorously-inspired messages per day. As well as Safe Mode, there is an anti-scamming system, meaning this dating platform is amongst the most secure there are. Fun questionnaires establish the type of person you’re looking for, while ‘Wingman Barney’ is your very own virtual wingman, ready to assist your search for a perfect date.
EliteSingles is an excellent example of a niche site. Launched in 2013 and currently operating in more than 25 countries, this app is aimed at those from a professional background who are in the market for a long-term relationship. This certainly cuts out any ‘fly by night’ site users who are only looking for a bit of fun. In choosing what might be termed a deliberately ‘elitist’ approach, EliteSingles is narrowing down its potential customer base to a dedicated group who relish the prospect of being matched to singles who are on the same wavelength in terms of their vocation, and what they are looking for in a relationship.
CoffeeMeetsBagel is a dating app which has managed to gain a toe-hold in a crowded market by adopting a fresh and radical approach. Unlike its peers, it enforces a strict limit on the number of other users who can be interacted with on a daily basis. Using Facebook as an information source, it tries matching clients based on compatibility. Once a day, males will be forwarded a list of female site users who are in their neighborhood. Their counterparts also receive a list but prioritized according to those who have intimated the most interest. When ‘likes’ synchronize, the fun can begin. There is also an ability to send a ‘wow’ – basically a like which is so emphatic it should be accompanied by fanfare and fireworks.
Tinder is an app which caters for the more transient clients. Users are also presented with information based on their Facebook photos, together with a short biography. They can then decide whether they wish to swipe to the right (indicating they like what they see) or to the left (if they don’t.) An immensely popular app, at a conservative estimate there are around one billion daily swipes, either to the right or the left. While the downside might be Tinder is catering for superficial attraction rather than any deeper notions of personality or compatibility, the fact is many dates are ok with superficiality and casual romance.
So here we presented you the best dating apps in 2019. If you have questions make sure to ask in the comments section down below.