The app does an incredibly good job at collecting feedback from singles, using it to help increase your rate of success. Members are given a report card-style dashboard that shows them why users liked or passed on their profile, down to the specific reason, such as low-quality profile pictures, as well as offering ways to improve their likelihood of getting “liked.” For any online dater, this dashboard alone is a good (and free) tool to gauge how their profile is performing compared to others.
The gist: Since Tinder completely flipped the world of online dating upside down in 2014, numerous apps have tried to compete and give them a leg up on the powerhouse — but to no avail. That is, until Happn came along. Happn uses your current location to alert you of other users nearby, so if you're too scared to talk to a random cutie on the train, Happn can help you match with them and tip you off to other singles who are nearby. (No, really — one of my friends literally watched a guy next to her on the train "like" her on Happn. It's a thing.)
OK Cupid is the second largest free dating site online which caters to singles 30 and younger. The site offers Android and iPhone apps and appeals to web-savvy singles. With OK Cupid you can send out a list of questions a match must answer before communication begins. This is an optional feature that allows you to “get to know” more about someone before opening up a line of communication.
Was den Sexting-Hype ausgelöst hat, sind die neuentstandenen Dating- und Chat-Apps. Sie haben herkömmliche Single-Börsen vor allem bei den 15- bis 40-Jährigen abgelöst. Was vor Kurzem noch über detaillierte Profile und dem Zusammenspiel ausgeklügelter Parameter funktionierte, ist mittlerweile denkbar einfach geworden. In kürzester Zeit lassen sich mit Flirt-Apps spannende Singles finden, treffen und eventuell sogar tiefgründiger kennenlernen.