So, if you're looking for a long-term, serious relationship, e Harmony might be the place for you.
(Unless, you are gay or your membership is inexplicably rejected, which happens.) Regardless of it's discriminating taste, e Harmony is doing something right.
Still, e Harmony gives users access to thousands of detailed profiles of high caliber matches.
Best for Taking Dating on the Go: Zoosk Zoosk claims to be the number one dating app on smart phones, and for a good reason.
Ok Cupid isn't the best choice for people who are looking to get into a long-term relationship; the vast majority of users are under 30 and not necessarily looking for anything serious.
"If you're looking for a serious relationship, my advice is spend the money for a paid membership," Masini says.
Based on responses to a lengthy questionnaire, Ok Cupid calculates your compatibility percentage with other users.
"Brainiac sites like Ok Cupid, which tend toward math-based equations to find you romance, are good choices for people who think they fall outside the norm to some degree and want a geek who might get lost in the cracks of a bigger site," Masini says.
There have been complaints that Zoosk sometimes matches you with members that are not a geographic match.
Every day, the site sends users six matches based on compatibility, but it leaves much of the matching up to the user.
Unlike the more formulaic dating sites, encourages users to spend their twenties dating as many people as possible to find what they like in a partner. Without paying for a membership, you can create a profile, receive match suggestions, search for potential matches and send "winks" to people.
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