Once you connect your Facebook account, it recommends matches you have mutual friends with – letting you know their employment and education, then giving you the chance to chat if you both like each other.
It limits you to 12 or so potential matches per day (the exact amount depends on how many Facebook friends you have), giving it a bit more focus than the sprawl of Tinder or Happn.
Primer's editor and founder Andrew field tested a lot of the options out there and has included his own experiences.
We’ve waded through the app stores to sort the useful prospects from the wastes of time, and here’s what we found.
If you’re a woman looking for a man, at any rate, a match is pretty much a given.
If Tinder has always seemed a little too intense for you at home and even more so when cultural and language obstacles are thrown in the mix, then perhaps the slow dating app Once is more your thing.
Generally speaking, the locals’ open-minded nature regarding meeting new people is reflected in increased rates of right swipes.Every day at noon it will propose one human-made match for you from its network of Parisian singles.Just like online dating before it, dating apps started out as a bit of a dirty secret – how many Tinder profiles joke that they’ll want to lie about how you met?I've chatted with many and met a couple of women through Hinge.Download: i OS / Android Shtick: One match per day 60% female, 40% male / Median age 28 / Largest cities NYC, LA, SF, Chicago, DC, Boston / 95% have bachelor's degree, 24% Masters or higher Another one that prioritizes friends of friends, but with an extra level of gimmickry to try and stop it from running out of matches.