The Elite Singles approach: The vast majority of Tinder users are aged between 18 and 30, and relationships formed through the app are infamous for being of a more frivolous nature.
A lot of the app’s interface is geared towards this; more fickle judgements are encouraged through the lack of personality-based pairing.
Features: e Harmony follows a similar format to Elite Singles, in that singles signing up will fill out a personality test that is then used to match them to individuals with similar interests and values.
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.
Also, because Plentyof Fish is free, it has to include adverts in its service, which means a less streamlined, clunkier interface for the user.
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.
Personalized matches are sent to you every day that have been matched with your personality and the interests you list when signing up.
The Elite Singles approach: Our personality test is one of the most extensive out there, based on an algorithm implemented by psychologists and statisticians.
This means that we’re able to accurately match you to singles that share not only your interests, but attributes of your personality too.