i OS and Android mobile apps let you take your search for love on the go.
Those of you who nominated Match shared some of your success stories meeting your significant other there, but also all noted that Match felt the most mature of all of the dating sites you tried—the most elegant, or at least grown up.
Where a lot of the services are either aimed at younger people or more casual encounters, many of you said Match felt like a service you were using to go on dates and find real long-term partners.
You nominated several, from the mainstream to the marginal, but these five stood out. active monthly users, all either looking for love right now or just creepily stalking their exes.
Either way, that's a lot of people out there you could potentially connect with.
Match is a premium service—you can sign up for free, browse users, send "winks" and get matches for your own profile (once you've filled out the lengthy profile questionnaire), but if you want to actually contact anyone and converse with them, you'll need a premium subscription to the service to do so.
On the one hand, it sucks that Match requires you pay up just to communicate with other users, but on the bright side, you could argue that making people pay just to reach out weeds out the people who, well, you really wouldn't want to talk to anyway.
Read the good and the bad in the nomination thread here, or this thread here.
Ok Cupid is completely free, meaning you don't have to pay to see more matches or to unlock specific features that may make it easier for you to find someone interesting.
At the same time, because it's completely free, the array of potential matches you get can be wild and varied, to say the least.
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You have plenty of places to try and find your perfect someone.