Tinder has expanded beyond just an app and you can now view people’s profiles on your computer.This site doesn’t focus on in-depth questions or personality quizzes, though, so it can’t recommend matches based on your preferences.You can’t view or send any messages without paying for a subscription, and the subscriptions for this site are higher than some other sites we researched.However, you can view people’s profiles and send likes with a free account.For members of specific groups who may struggle to meet potential dates, online dating can expand your options.There are sites like Our Time that focus on singles over 50 and lots of sites that focus on different religious groups, including Jewish dating sites like Yenta and JDate.
If you’re interested in trying out a subscription to a site, all the sites we researched offer short one to three month subscriptions that can give you a taste of all the features of a site without spending a lot.
This app syncs with Facebook so you can see mutual friends and shared interests.
A swipe right means you’re interested and a swipe left means you’re not.
You can pay for one, three or six months of the service.
If you’re looking to date within a specific religious, ethnic or age group, e Harmony is our top pick for focused dating because it has match preferences that can filter your matches at a granular level.