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?
Like Tinder, Plentyof Fish is free to use, although it does offer in-app purchases.
We’ve examined several key competitors below, highlighting what works in each before comparing them with our own app, to show you why ours is one of the very best dating apps around today.
Features: Browse profiles based on criteria such as appearance, interests and job type.
This means that we’re able to accurately match you to singles that share not only your interests, but attributes of your personality too.
We send our users seven compatible matches every single day to allow you to narrow your search; perfect for discerning professionals.
This issue is eliminated in the Elite Singles app, as we allow our users to set their area themselves.
Just because you may live in a remote location, it doesn’t mean you won’t be able to find your perfect match!
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.
If a match occurs and the female party doesn’t initiate conversation with 24 hours, the match will be erased.
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.
Do you delve into the expansive and whimsical world of niche dating apps, or look up something a little more established?