How To Find the Right Dating App For You

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Considering what type of person you’re looking for is also important. If you’re specifically looking for an LGBT+ friendly experience, apps like Her or Chappy can provide you with a safe space to look for love. Perhaps you’re only looking for someone in a specific age range, certain lifestyle, or professional status.

EliteSingles is an exclusive dating app that matches you with other people looking for intelligence, commitment, and a safe dating experience. EliteSingles understands that being serious about dating isn’t about age as much as finding the right person to begin sharing experiences with. This app pairs like-minded people together, so you don’t have to worry about getting attached to someone only to find out you want different things.

Another app that considers what type of person you’re looking for is OkCupid. You can choose an age range, gender, and interests that help narrow down potential matches. This app also has you answer several questions and it uses this to matches you with people based on a Match/Enemy percentage. On OkCupid, you swipe through other profiles, and if you don’t match, they can’t send you a message. This has cut down on the number of unwanted messages, preventing you from wasting any time.

With the huge amount of options when it comes to dating apps, thinking about the type of person you want will help narrow it down. If you’re already on a website with an entire user base of people with similar interests or backgrounds, it can help streamline the dating process and match you with someone faster.

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