If Applause were your best friend, they’d tell you, “Bro, I don’t block.
I guide.” In a recent study, app analytics startup Applause measured the reviews of the 97 most popular dating apps to see which apps were user’s favorite.
Interestingly, Ok Cupid is owned by IAC, which also owns Tinder and While their famous for their website, Ok Cupid also allows users to use a Tinder-style swipe in their app.
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While not a traditional dating app, Lulu lets users rate men in their social networks.
Recently acquired by London based dating platform Badoo, Lulu is a favorite amongst females. They made national news when Mark Cuban famously made an acquisition offer of $30 million on Shark Tank.
Created by the same guy who made Bang With Friends, Down is exactly what you think it is: a simple way to ask others if they’re “down.” Cool story bro. Created by a former Tinder founder, Bumble is basically the same thing as Tinder but the women have to message the guys first. Happn is kind of like when you act creepy and Google cute people you just met.
The app presents you with users in your area who you physically crossed paths with.
Unlike the others, Zoosk’s claim to fame is its verified photo feature.
In other words, the person you chat with actually looks like their photo.