Pure matchup dating site
Plenty of Fish (i OS, Android) Plenty of Fish apparently attracts 60,000 new members every week, which shouldn't be surprise as the app relies on the old saying that dating is a numbers game.Like Ok Cupid, Plenty of Fish is a dating site turned mobile app where you can build your profile, find matches, and message them.Plus, it places a premium on privacy and minimal emotional investment, as it banks mostly on physical attraction to get a pair to meet up.Tinder's become a hotbed for sleazeballs in the recent months, though, so if you can't handle the bad jokes and even worse pick-up lines, there are plenty of other options.Plus, the existence of a mutual friend makes it a bit safer than having to meet up with random people you meet on the Internet.
This app offers a fun, fresh vibe for meeting other women to date or just other women to make friends with when you just moved to a new city.Valentine's Day is just around the corner, which means it's that time of the year again when most of us feel the most pressure about still being single and not yet tethered to a partner for life, or even for the next two months.Still, the day is more than a good couple of weeks away, and if you know where to look, you might just be lucky enough to find someone who's willing to take you out on a date for Valentine's Day, whether it's just a casual meet-up over coffee, a one-night stand, or your soulmate to sweep you off your feet you're looking for.This i OS app is actually the brainchild of a Tinder co-founder who left Tinder and sued another co-founder for sexual harassment.This explains why Bumble has a bit of similarity with Tinder by letting users swipe right when they like someone. Bumble lets women take control by being the ones who have to make the first move. Otherwise, the match disappears and you spend your entire life wondering what could have been if you just had the courage to chat up that hottie.