The League This is a cute site where users fill out basic profiles, upload a few pics, then suggest a date.“Let’s get to know each other at a wine bar, then stroll around the Village,” or “Take a salsa dancing class together!
It uses behavioral matchmaking technology to constantly customize the dating and matchmaking experience for its 35 million members. Happn competes with Tinder and focuses on GPS tracking to connect you with people who you have crossed paths with IRL, showing you a map of where you have been in the same coffee shop, bar, grocery store or AYSO soccer field.
OKCupid This started out as a hook-up site, thanks to it’s geo-location feature and scant profile details.
After all, users only upload a few photos and a very brief profile, then connect through swipes on their phones.
But like any popular technology, this one has gone mainstream, and I increasingly hear quality people – both men and women – say they rely on Tinder for dating people with serious relationship potential.
This is the fastest-growing dating site, and also tends to skew younger, but that is also changing.