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Which dating app is right for you? Use this guide to figure it out.

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Online dating is officially mainstream. “We met on Tinder” is the new “we met at a bar.” 

Countless children have been born whose parents met via an online dating app like Match or eharmony. According to a survey conducted by popular wedding planning site The Knot, online dating is the most popular way that currently engaged couples met, up 5% in just two years.

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With so many options, it can be hard to know where to find the best crop of potential mates. Each of the dating apps out there has features that will matter differently to you depending on your lifestyle, what you want, and what’s most important to you. Looking for Mrs. Right? Or perhaps just Mr. Right Now? It’s helpful to know how each dating app is different so that you’re surrounding yourself with people who want the same thing as you. Read more…

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Find love this Christmas with 15% off eharmony until Dec. 17

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You know those wonderful butterflies that invade your body when you meet someone new? Everyone deserves those, especially at Christmas. 

Rather than make a potentially ill-judged move on a colleague at the Christmas party or hope for the best by spending time in packed bars this December, you could just sign up with eharmony.

eharmony takes the time to properly get to know you to discover what is really important in your life, meaning you should hopefully meet with people that you have a genuine connection with. With over 35 years of experience in dating, eharmony is a safe pair of hands for your heart.  Read more…

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Hey tech bros, we don't want your gimmicky dating apps

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Dating apps are totally out of control. And, we only have tech bros to blame. As an online dater, I’ve had enough of the never-ending barrage of new, gimmicky dating apps from the tech world. For the love of all that is swipe-able, please make it stop. 

Currently, not a single week goes by without the launch of a supposedly quirky dating app claiming to offer something revolutionary and never-before-achieved by the world of online daters. 

In the past few months alone, we’ve seen the release of a “slow” dating app which makes you seduce matches through the art of conversation before you get to see their profile pic.  Read more…

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People are incensed that an elitist dating app is promoting itself with racist slurs

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An elitist, racist dating app is making waves in Singapore — and its founder is defending it vehemently.

Herbert Eng is calling his app HighBlood. It promises to filter people based on “accountant-verified information” covering income, profession, and university education.

A week ago, it made a Facebook post advertising itself. In the text, it says the app promises “quality”, and specifies that it will exclude “banglas”, “maids”, and “uglies.”

The post was spotted by journalist Kirsten Han, who tweeted: “I have no words”: Read more…

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The League brings its picky dating app to Android

The League The League, the dating app known for its exclusivity, has now officially launched on Android. The company has been accused of elitism, though founder and CEO Amanda Bradford has said her vision is more about creating a service that welcomes ambitious women. The app still makes users apply to join, and it screens them based on their Facebook and LinkedIn profiles, but it also redesigned… Read More

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Guys show us their best poses for Tinder profile photos

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LONDON — Online dating is a dog-eat-dog world. And, when the competition is this tough, the strength of your profile photo is more important than ever before. 

Your mirror selfies and those shots of you and your mates on holiday aren’t gonna do you any favours in finding a match. That said, it’s not all that easy selecting an alluring photo that shows off your personality and good looks. 

Do you show off your fun side, or should you try to be enigmatic? Should you show off your chiseled features or simply smile for the camera?  Read more…

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