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Best Dating Sites

bumble.com

4.0/5.0
Bumble
Bumble bills itself as more than a dating app. It's a way, the company explained, to build "healthy relationships" and a way for users to feel "empowered" while making connections. This dating app is also a space to connect with new friends and expand your professional network.

Pros

  1. The app is free but does offer in-app upgrades Bumble Boost which could extend matches for an additional 24 hours
  2. Bumble Premium which could allow users to send a “super swipe” in order to make an even better first impression

tinder.com

4.0/5.0
Tinder
This platform covers more than 190 countries all around the world. It gives out good stats and ratings from different people. The statistics show that there are around 1.4 billion swipes per day, so there is a huge chance you can interact with various people, which sounds interesting.
It is one of the most famous social dating apps that changed the game in terms of dating people online. This dating platform mainly works by uploading your profile picture and recommending it to others, and next you will be notified when someone shows interest in you. If you are looking for people nearby to date with, then this app is the best for you.

Pros

  1. It has a lot of special features
  2. Millions of members have registered on the platform
  3. You can send GIFs in chat to make the conversation fun
  4. Easily swipe through profiles

Cons

  1. It has different rates in terms of pricing per age group
  2. Not recommended for long-term relationships

coffeemeetsbagel.com

3.0/5.0
Coffee Meets Bagel
The CMB dating app pushes back against the mindless swiping culture that leaves single women bombarded by pickup lines and dick pics. Coffee Meets Bagel limits the number of dating profiles, receive potential matches picked just for users once a day, which gives them an incentive to take things slowly rather than make snap judgments.

Pros

  1. Smart Algorithm: Every day at noon, receive quality matches curated just for you by our ever-evolving algorithm
  2. In-Depth Profiles: Share the true you and get to know your matches with profiles that dig deep
  3. Real Conversations: Skip the small talk and spark meaningful conversation with personalized Icebreakers

Cons

  1. Somewhat empty user base, especially in small towns
  2. Paid version is too expensive for its bland features

happn.com

4.6/5.0
Happn
Happn was born in January 2014. The founders believes fate is what brings two people to the same place at the same time, but it can be difficult to actually connect with that person when one cross paths. That's why Happen was created --- to make the process easier.

Pros

  1. High matching rate

Cons

  1. Location-based software
  2. Exposes privacy a bit

theleague.com

4.6/5.0
The League
High-quality singles don't have to settle for anything less than the best now that they have elite dating sites like The League behind them. The League does the scouting and matching, so singles can simply sit back and enjoy meeting interesting and attractive people. This whole smart dating system is designed to introduce singles to the type of people they actually want to date.

Pros

  1. Users can set dating preferences regarding age, height, distance, education, religion, and other important factors
  2. Efficient matching
  3. Smart blocking
  4. Balanced, authenticated community
  5. Personalized prospects

weareher.com

4.3/5.0
HER
It's not easy to look for a LGBTQ+ relationship on dating apps geared towards straight people. Thankfully, HER is a dating app for queer women by queer women with "the goal of creating a more inclusive future" in the dating app space. With about 4 million users, according to the website, HER's particular claim to fame is forging communities through lesbian and queer events as well as virtual events.

Pros

  1. Facebook verification confirms identity
  2. Special places in bios for sexuality and pronouns
  3. Four million users and growing quickly
  4. Involvement in local queer events

Cons

  1. Same profiles will pop up in small towns
  2. Occasional biphobia
  3. No algorithm past age and location