If you want to order someone to your apartment for casual sex like they’re takeout, e Harmony’s not your bag. Despite being extremely popular, the app doesn’t get great reviews from users, not even cracking the top 20 dating and sex apps in ratings.
If you want to get married in the next year, for instance, you really shouldn’t be looking for your eternal Netflix partner on Seed.
Controversially, Jaumo allows users to geo-locate others on a map (if they’ve opted into that service), which might put some people off.
Skout is actually the largest dating app in the world, though, like Jaumo, it’s not as big in the U. Skout encourages its users to contact people who don’t live near them and wants you to check in when you go to public events so you can run into other Skout users.
Founded in 2012, this was the first dating app to offer the swipe matching feature (right for yes and left for no).
Today, Tinder creates 26 million matches a day and has been mimicked and referenced in popular shows, like “Master of None,” and movies like “How to Be Single.” But Tinder isn’t the only awesome dating app out there — plenty of other dating apps making their mark on the space are worth giving a try.
It was created in Southern Germany in 2011 and boasts over 20 million worldwide users, though admittedly it’s more popular outside the United States.
Jaumo is free to use, though its “red carpet version” is available to users as well.
Generally, if you’re looking to meet “the one”, apps like Coffee Meets Bagel, Bumble, and Hinge, aka The Relationship App, are your best bets for robust matches based on your interests, location, mutual friends, and conversation. Most users are super into creating detailed profiles, either because they want to meet someone special, or they’re friggin’ nerds.GROWLr and Scruff are primarily for bears and cubs, but Hornet services guys of all physical types.Hornet also allows users to talk to men all over the world, so you can experiment with chatting up strangers until you’re ready to meet up IRL.Lastly, if you’re looking for a serious partner and you fancy yourself a dime-piece someone with a reputable job and education, you may want to take a crack at applying for The League, a free dating app which searches through your social media and only allows you to join if you’re deemed “a catch” by the developers.Once you’re in, The League gives you four matches a day and allows you to (you guessed it) swipe left or right.It’s a great way to gauge who at a concert or club is willing to see where things go.