Know that your Android device can become your faithful dating companion! How? Thanks to the online dating apps we tested! Here are the best for a hot summer.
Tinder is rather innovative in the field of online dating. The application (which does not exist as a site for that matter) offers profiles of people located in a geographical area close to you. You then have two possibilities: a red cross makes its profile disappear from the proposed list, and a green heart means that you like this person (or at least his profile). If, and only if, this person assigns you a heart in turn, you will be put in contact and receive the message now known “It’s a match!”.
The success of this app is partly due to the fact that you do not have to share all your personal information with strangers before you can get in touch with them. And especially: the contact is established only if the two people have given their agreement. No more spam from scams and fake profiles.
If you do not necessarily want a serious relationship, but more to have a good time, as well go to dedicated applications where, at least, everyone agrees! Grindr is a site dedicated to gay and bisexual male dating. The app shows you profiles nearby, and you can start chatting with them.
Little trick: to raise your profile in lists, and thus have more chance to establish contact with someone, log regularly, even if only for a few seconds. A semblance of equivalent exists also for girls: Blendr. However it does not have the same success and remains a little rough …
LOVOO Chat, Flirt, Dating
Lovoo is a popular dating app very similar to Tinder in that it promotes quick encounters with people nearby. You may like or dislike a profile. It is then possible to chat, exchange photos or arrange appointments. The concept is based on the ease of exchanges and meetings. A tip: heal your photos.
It is also possible to post photos of anything you like. Positive point, you can trade with any correspondent as many times as you wish.
Lovoo gives full meaning to the radar analogy when you want to meet people. This feature is quite fun, it allows to see live profile photos of Lovoo users according to their location. A bit like a wifi radar, to tell the truth …
To sign in to Lovoo, you need to sign in to your Facebook or Google account, but the app does not share your information on any of these networks.
In line with what Tinder offers, happn wants to rely on your real daily life to make you meet the soulmate based on the location. The application allows you to find people you meet in the street, the subway, the supermarket … but you have not dared to approach.
It is obviously necessary that the person you meet has downloaded the application and is connected to Happn to find it on your homepage. We also find people who miss the place where you are.
The eDarling site and its application is somewhat similar to Parship but carries the weight of its success: fake profiles run on this dating network. The whole thing is to know how to sort through these scammers of the dating to find the right person …
Tip: Fill out your profile, and select only those who did the same. The person who is looking for a real meeting will have taken the time to be honest, but you will still need a little patience. The subscription is (almost) obligatory, at 9.99 € per month.
Adopteunmec, we hate or we love. There is not really any in-between. The site and the app are, unlike most of its competitors, intended for meetings between men and women. The concept: it is the women who have the power, and who add the men to their “basket”. A bit like when they do the shopping, finally (oops, would it be mysogine?).
Plus, there seem to be fewer fake profiles than other apps of this type. Meetings on Adopteunmec are more spontaneous and often target younger people than on the two previous applications. A concept that is ravaging by its provocative side, and which is only for men, of course …