Best of online dating


05-Aug-2016 23:20

The online dating world is awash with apps (including ours, which we’re pretty proud of, coincidentally), but for many singles, seeking out the very best dating apps can be a little perplexing.Do you shoot for the most aesthetically pleasing offering, or do you test out the app with the highest number of users?With the Elite Singles app, paying users can expect a smooth, ad free experience with a highly intuitive interface.Features: Happn takes a slightly different approach to dating, putting proximity first.This is something we understand innately at Elite Singles, and it’s the reason that our core user base is primarily educated, professional singles between the ages of 30 – 55.Features: Again, Plentyof Fish uses a personality test to pair up potential love birds.The Elite Singles approach: POF’s average user age is between 18 and 35, which means a much lower chance of finding a match for more mature users.

The Elite Singles approach: As with Tinder, criticisms of Bumble are primarily the fickleness of its matching process – a hindrance that prevents them ranking among the best dating apps for professional singles.Features: Tinder allows users to browse a variety of singles in their area via simplistic profiles that feature several photos and a brief bio.By either swiping left or right on a user’s profile picture to indicate interest (or lack of), users find matches primarily based on physical attraction.If you’re looking for a longer lasting and more genuine romantic relationship, Elite Singles’ personality test, matching algorithm and general user base is by far the more sensible option.

Also, the best dating apps provide cross-platform functionality, which Tinder (and several others on this list) do not.

The app provides users with potential matches based on who they have crossed paths with in the past, with the idea being that singles will have something in common right from the offset.