Compatibility: Android, iOS

You may find eternal love on the platform, but Tinder is an app best suited for more casual hookups. The newer Millennial dating app offers casual daters to find like-minded matches, though that doesn’t mean there aren’t opportunities for serious relationships. As the app says, “You can be here for a long time as well as a good time.”

To date, there are 30 billion matches worldwide, further attesting to its ease of use and short-term compatibility. Free to use, you can specify your sexual orientation to narrow the dating pool and then wait for viewers that you can easily follow under the “Like” feature.

Matches are protected by Tinder’s Photo Verification, a much-needed extra security measure. Also, if you’re a little nervous about meeting your partner, choose Noonlight, which lets you bring someone with all of your dates. Swipe right or left, but either way, Tinder can help you find a wide variety of matches, no matter what type of relationship you might be looking for.

Price: Tinder previously offered age-based pricing with two models for those over 30 and under 30. However, the company is now phasing out that practice and replacing it with a flat-fee model.

Professionals

  • Free version
  • Great for casual dates
  • No more age based pricing

cons

  • Very short process
  • Best for daily use
  • Limited number of swipes

https://www.zdnet.com/article/best-dating-app/#ftag=RSSbaffb68

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