Most people have heard of dating app eharmony, though not necessarily for the right reasons. On the other, the company faced a lawsuit in for not making its service available to same-sex pairings. It then started a separate but equal service for that market called Compatible Partners. Finally, in late , eharmony folded LGBT dating options into the main service. With all these identities under one roof, eharmony sets its members up for success, basing its matches on an extensive personality quiz and detailed profiles. You need to be a paid subscriber to contact other members, but it doesn't push gimmicky in-app purchases on you like other services do.
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Video games are more popular than ever, but having a deep affinity for the medium remains somewhat of a social stigma. At their worst, gamers bring this scorn on themselves, but plenty of people who love video games could also love romantic partners. Kippo is a mobile dating app that lets you put your fandom at the forefront and connect with other people who feel the same way. That idea could easily become niche, pandering, or embarrassing. Fortunately, Kippo is a slick and capable service that gives you lots of room for uniquely nerdy expression.
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Dating apps offer many ways to find love, but choosing between the many services is somewhat of an illusion. Many are owned by the same handful of companies and tend to blur together. It's a dating app that asks smart questions and provides deep if familiar profiles. Compared to Match and Tinder, the Editors' Choice winners for dating apps, EliteSingles doesn't do enough to stand out from the pack. EliteSingles is available on the web, as well as on Android and iOS devices.