Con: Ok Cupid doesn’t quite have the same young, fun, and carefree reputation as Bumble or Tinder.
Pros: You could match with a celebrity; or, if you are a celebrity, you might get some privacy with their no-screenshot policy.
Cons: Only being shown people you’ve physically crossed paths with can be a limiting or overwhelming experience, depending on where you live.
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For those looking for same-sex connections on Bumble, either partner can choose to start the chat.
Pros: There’s a bit of a romantic notion to the idea that the universe might make your ideal person cross paths with you.
Pro: 24/7 community moderation which strives toward a discrimination-free space.
Cons: Some users lament that, much like its parent company Bumble, Chappy does not provide enough profile information.
Start with one, or download them all — and good luck out there. Hinge Hinge makes itself unique by providing prompts to answer instead of making you sweat through the bio-writing process: from, “The key to my heart is…” to, “Where to find me at a party?
” and, “I’ll pick the first part of the date, you pick the second.” Additionally, Hinge opts out of the swipe-based premise by allowing users to like or comment on individual profile photos and prompt answers.