Extra features such as compatibility scores, are also available for between and per month.e Harmony User experience: e Harmony’s unique point of difference is the Compatibility Matching System.TINDER User experience: Online dating doesn’t get any easier.
Users complete, not only a profile, but also questionnaire.
Matches are then determined using 29 Dimensions of Compatibility that, according to e Harmony’s research, are vital to relationship success. Security is super-tight – you can even use e Harmony’s email system to communicate. You must stick with your allocated matches – there’s no window shopping profiles. But, for unlimited communication, you need a monthly plan, priced between $13.95 and $64.95 per month, depending on duration.
Then, using GPS, it finds your location, and gives you a bunch of nearby possibilities. Rated: Tinder is fast and convenient, and the Facebook connection lets you see friends you and your matches have in common. But, there is a subscription version – Tinder Plus, which lets you rewind your most recent swipe and search in a place you’re about to visit before you get there.
Swipe right if you’re interested and left if you’re not. Slated: Many users are in it for casual encounters only. It’s $12.99 per month for under 30s and $24.99 for over 30s.
Plenty of Fish (POF) User experience: Plenty of Fish gives you plenty of options.
After completing your profile, you can search others, using a variety of filters – from eye colour to degree of easygoingness.
Rated: As the name suggests, there’s a massive pool of people to choose from.
Slated: This one tends to attract people seeking hook-ups.
Elite Singles User experience: Like e Harmony, Elite Singles emphasises compatibility.
Users receive three to seven match suggestions per day, worked out by a complex algorithm, based on relationship preferences, location and personality testing.
Don’t expect the quality control offered on e Harmony and Elite Singles.