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This site is the most expensive on this list, but it also requires the least amount of work in the long run.
The initial personality quiz — which tests for its trademarked “29 Dimensions of Compatibility” — can be daunting and take a couple hours, but after that, e Harmony emails you matches.
A carousel section functions almost identically to Tinder, where you’ll churn through profiles, deciding if you’re interested (on Zoosk, there’s also a “maybe” option).
The search engine allows users to filter by ethnicity and body type, in addition to all the regular stuff (age, gender orientation, location), and if you’re searching, you won’t be swiping; instead, to engage someone, you can add them, send a wink or gift (gifts cost points), or send a message if they’re online.
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They do promise to give you three months free if your first three months don’t work out.
Ok Cupid is geared toward younger, hipper singles, as evidenced by the affordable rates and the fact that co-founder Christian Rudder is a member of ultra-hipster band Bishop Allen.
As a result, the sign-up process is quick and painless (to reflect our attention spans), and the site’s UI is clean, simple, and easy to use.
The winner of 2015’s Webby award for “Best Dating Site,” Zoosk effectively markets to millennials by providing a layout that’s similar to popular dating apps like Tinder and Bumble.
Here, you’re limited to viewing one profile at a time, rather than the wall of faces that some websites throw at you.