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Best Dating Apps

Did you know that approximately one quarter of all relationships begin online nowadays? As we become ever more bound to the digital world, that figure will most likely increase further for the millennial generation. As browsing on the internet via smartphones has now surpassed desktop use, most of us will turn to the digital devices in our pockets for romance.

There was once a kind of stigma attached to online dating which has since disappeared as it’s now considered strange if you’re single and don’t have dating apps on your phone. There are now a huge number of such apps, with new niche ones launching all the time. Here are some of the most popular:

Tinder

This is probably the most well-known dating app of them all. It’s quick, easy and free to join, you just need to upload some photos, your age, distance radius and an optional bio. It is widely used around the globe and does seem to lead to real conversations, dates and even relationships. You never know, you could end up searching for Diamond Engagement Rings instead! For more information, visit www.comparethediamond.com/diamond-engagement-rings
If you have ever seen people swiping left and right on their phones, they could well be deciding on suitable suitors!

Bumble

Bumble is a very similar app with the difference being that only women can start conversations after matches have been made. This system was designed so that female users could feel free from receiving the normal unwanted advances or dubious chat-up lines from men. For the guys, it takes the pressure off being the one to start a conversation too! You only have 24 hours to begin a chat or reply to the first message after a match or that user will be gone!

Happn

This is an interesting app that shows you other singles in your location that you might have crossed paths with. You can make a profile through your Facebook account and link up your Spotify and Instagram accounts if you like. You can find out how many times you’ve crossed paths with other individual users. The app has a whopping 50 million global users in 50 big cities. It can take a while to get your head round and feel a little overwhelming at times.

Match

The Match app is a paid-for service which you have to sign up for monthly membership. It is a class above other apps though, possibly because as users are paying for membership, they take the whole process a bit more seriously. This is an app for those genuinely looking a real relationship and not a casual hook-up. For those who would rather attend a face-to-face event, Match also organises singles events for getting together offline in a safe and fun environment.
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