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We’ve examined several key competitors below, highlighting what works in each before comparing them with our own app, to show you why ours is one of the very best dating apps around today.Features: Browse profiles based on criteria such as appearance, interests and job type.The online dating world is awash with apps (including ours, which we’re pretty proud of, coincidentally), but for many singles, seeking out the very best dating apps can be a little perplexing.Do you shoot for the most aesthetically pleasing offering, or do you test out the app with the highest number of users?With the Elite Singles app, paying users can expect a smooth, ad free experience with a highly intuitive interface.Features: Happn takes a slightly different approach to dating, putting proximity first.Features: Tinder allows users to browse a variety of singles in their area via simplistic profiles that feature several photos and a brief bio.By either swiping left or right on a user’s profile picture to indicate interest (or lack of), users find matches primarily based on physical attraction.
A lot of the app’s interface is geared towards this; more fickle judgements are encouraged through the lack of personality-based pairing.
Features: Bumble is a dating service based entirely within an app, and is based primarily on looks and first impressions.
However, the difference from Tinder is that Bumble requires female users to make the first move.
Like Tinder, Plentyof Fish is free to use, although it does offer in-app purchases.
Also like Tinder, POF allows users to either press ‘tick’ or ‘cross’ on other singles profiles when seeking a match.
Also, unlike Match.com, any paying members of Elite Singles will enjoy an advert-free experience.