It seems like every day there’s a new form of online dating. No matter what type of relationship you’re looking for — from the forever kind to the friends-with-benefits kind — there’s an app for everything. We tried using some of the Dating apps and found that it really works out to get someone virtually through these apps, people actually accepts your requests if they find interesting things in you.
What matters is your Bio and pictures, if your bio matches the way and the mind someone is looking for, they will surely accept the request and will love to get connected through virtual world.
Here we selected the 5 best dating apps which Actually provided us the Result, but we cannot promise you that you’ll find your partner out there. Make sure you write best out of you in Bio and About section.
5 Best Dating Apps
1) Tinder: It is a location-based social search service application and one of famous dating apps (using Facebook) that facilitates communication between mutually interested users, allowing matched users to chat. So what’s the big deal with Tinder? If you’re single, you’re probably on there. If you’re happily coupled up, you’ve probably helped your single girlfriends swipe through the reams of desirable – and not so desirable – potential dates. You cannot escape it.
It’s really very simple and easy. It finds your location using GPS, then uses your Facebook information to create your profile. A Tinder profile is made up of your first name, age, photos (of your choice) and any pages you’ve ‘liked’ on Facebook. Tinder also added a feature that lets you share your education and occupation in your bio – so you can see if you share common interests with potential matches.
2) Ok Cupid:
It is an American-based international operating free online dating, friendship, and social networking dating apps that features member-created quizzes and multiple-choice questions.
To generate matches, OkCupid applies data generated by users’ activities on the site, as well as their answers to questions. When answering a question, a user indicates his or her own answer, the answers he or she would accept from partners, and the level of importance he or she places on the question. The results of these questions can be made public.
3) Truly Madly:
One needs to obviously create a profile on the app first.
You can either log in with your Facebook profile or an e-mail id. You are required to fill in a few mandatory fields such as your date of birth, height, state, city, occupation and highest educational qualification. Additionally, it also asks you to choose your hobbies (at least three) from a series of hashtags such as #TravelBuff, #Artsy, #Foodie or you can add your own.
The app is designed in such a way that you can only see the names of those you choose to select and for the rest, only ‘xxx’ appears instead of name. The app works on a ‘Trust Score’ system, which lets people rate you on the basis of your interactions with them. Keeping in mind the safety concerns, it also gives you an option to switch on your profile visibility only to people who you choose to talk to.
4) Woo: Woo uses factors like similar social networks and shared interests to make matches. It matches you with people who share your interests, profession and even friends.
Woo has a strict screening process and only allows single people to sign up in an attempt to keep things ‘serious’ and weed out fake profiles. The app claims to have made over 10,000 matches since it launched in July 2014.
5) Bumble: Bumble is a location-based social and dating application which facilitates communication between interested users. The app permits only women to start a chat with their matches.
Bumble uses Facebook to build a user profile with photos and basic information, including the user’s college and job. Women must initiate the conversation of their matches or the matches disappear within 24 hours; either person in a same-sex match can reach out.