Top Dating Apps Of 2020
Dating in the twenty first century has changed significantly thanks to the rise of smartphones and mobile apps. Today, you can access potentially thousands of suitors through various apps right on your phone. It’s as is you already know each other and can chat via text.
The problem is, which dating app should you choose? There are so many available on both the Google Playstore and the iOS App Store. Let’s take a look at the top ones for downloading in 2020:
This app takes a lot of what makes Tinder so popular but turns it on its head slightly. This time, only ladies are allowed to make the first move. It’s the same swiping left and right for “no thanks” or “yes please”. Once you make a match, the woman has to start the conversation or the match disappears. You also only get 24 hours to send that first “Hey”. It’s simply an extra layer of protection for the woman, as they are often more at risk and feel it when contacting strangers.
If you don’t want to be the one to make the first move or it doesn’t make sense to have this rule because you are a same-sex couple, there is an option to deactivate the rule. In the settings for your profile, just check the button that says “this doesn’t work for me”.
One of the biggest dating sites on the internet has gone mobile to help users get the full experience of their service no matter where they are. The entire service is based on a combination of the fun of the likes of Tinder but is a bit more serious about long-term relationships. You can search for singles near you but also take a bit more time to decide on whether you want to match or not thanks to a more in-depth profile on the site.
The mobile app works fairly well on the free account version. However, if you want to unlock the true potential of the service, you need to pay for a subscription. This is the one downside to Match.
This is another app that uses the quick decision mechanic, but tries to help you base those decisions on slightly more information than pictures. It has been around for a while, but only really started gaining traction in 2019. Originally, the app was aimed at helping you find people who had mutual connections through checking your Facebook friends list. This turned a lot of people off the app thanks to concerns about privacy. However, the app designers have changed that focus quite significantly now.
When setting up your profile, you are prompted to put in information that could be quite relevant to finding a long-term partner. This includes things like religion, political views, thoughts on marriage and children, and even whether you enjoy reading a sports betting guide, drinking alcohol and smokinh cigarettes. These kinds of things can be deal breakers for a potential long-term commitment and are definitely worth putting up on a dating profile.