Friday, July 20, 2012

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10 Websites and their complementary Dating Apps for love seeking singles

Right now, more than 40 million singles use top online personals platforms such as and eHarmony as well as niche dating websites to find love. Online dating, however, is evolving. More and more, connected singles are using dating apps to improve their chances of meeting that special someone. Most apps are complementary to existing web platforms. 

The mobile platform encourages users to regularly flirt and keep up with incoming messages. There are also plenty of new apps on the market. So here are 10 Dating Apps to help you Find True LoveMost mobile apps are good for connecting quickly, so you’ll find more singles looking for casual relationships ready to meet on the fly.

1. OkCupid

OkCupid is the fastest growing Online dating platform. It is free, simple and incredibly saturated. The App integrates the site's math-based magic, which suggests compatible mates. On the mobile App, users will still have to build a profile and answer at least 25 questions.
OkCupid's "Locals" feature on the mobile app lets singles utilize their free time to scout who's nearby for coffee or a drink.
Download : iOS and Android app

2. HowAboutWe

The HowAboutWe experience revolves around great date suggestions. The dating network has made a name for itself with its one-liners. Sign up, propose an awesome date and wait for responses. Or be a proactive and go after a fun date.
Download : iOS app

3. Zoosk

We must warn you, it gets a bit crowded on Zoosk. But your chances of sparking a connection with someone nearby is high. There are over 50 million singles on Zoosk.
Download : iOS and Android app

4. Plenty of Fish

The Plenty of Fish app lets users send and accept messages on the go. Checking notifications regularly means you don't miss a beat. On the App, scroll through profiles of daters nearby. Plus, make changes to your dating profile on the fly.
Download : iOS and Android app.

5. Jazzed

Jazzed is the Instagram of mobile dating. Instead of long, complicated dating profiles, users are encouraged to express themselves through photos. In the app, users can search through a main feed of photographs by users, interests or with the "Nearby" filters.
Download : iOS and Android app

6. Grindr

The Grindr app has been dubbed "the world's biggest mobile network of guys". Since launching in 2009, the all-male location-based app has gained a huge global network of more than 4 million users. Plus, GPS-enabled app adds 10,000 more users each day.
Download : iOS, Android and Blackberry app

7. Blendr

Blendr is Grindr for the straight crowd. The location-based app was launched by Grindr founder Joel Simkhai after the latter's success. Blendr is a social network packed into a mobile app. Users list different interests under a variety of categories.
 Download : iOS app

8. MeetMoi

The app makes one-on-one introductions based on users' GPS location and shared interests. For the optimal experience, build up your dating profile. Turn on MeetMoi and you'll see who's nearby to chat. 
Download : iOS and Android app

9. eHarmony

The eHarmony app lets the users sign in to their paid profiles on the go. The app complements the Web platform. Users are required to take the relationship questionnaire from the web platform.
 Download : iOS and Android app

10. Sonar

Sonar is great for meeting people nearby. The app gives users the option to connect their Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or FourSquare accounts. It auto-fills a picture and basic bio data from this integration.
Download : iOS app

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