That mixed with their location based service makes this app at least try-able.Note that there is a picture upload limit and while I'm not much of a "gallery" person on apps like this, some people are.It has a number of privacy settings so you don't need to be worried about stalkers finding out where you are.
This app is $5, but that is all you'll ever spend.
Of the three apps, this one is being embraced by its users most.
If your put off by the price tag, try the free version!
FREE The self-proclaimed "Facebook for Singles," this app delivers a clean interface with enough free features to keep people coming back.
It has quite a few features like free messaging and winking that make it an attractive service for the free app hunters out there.
The main complaint with this is that there are MANY people under 18 and no real way for the site to verify age. It seems its main drawback right now is that it can't get users to it.
Released June 10th, I don't have much to say about it yet but I will keep tabs on it!
FREE Not just strictly for dating, but I added it here because we all know that a great friendship can turn into something better.
The online dating industry is now worth billion worldwide each year. But, where there is good news, there is usually some bad.
That figure alone is why this app guide was so hard to write and why so many people have been asking me to write about it. One major drawback (and why the app has any bad reviews at all, it seems) is because they have quite a few app-side bugs.
The App Store is filled to the brim with Free and Paid "solutions" (most of them terrible) to dating, dating advice, "sex positions", chat rooms, etc. It crashes occasionally and message, answered or not, keeps the badges up. If they update it with a fix for the bugs, I doubt you'll find a better solution. One of the biggest players in the dating community is on the i Phone.