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For those looking for same-sex connections on Bumble, either partner can choose to start the chat.Pro: Fewer creepy men (read: fewer unsolicited dick pics) and an effective team that is quick to ban those who are creepy.Start with one, or download them all — and good luck out there. Hinge Hinge makes itself unique by providing prompts to answer instead of making you sweat through the bio-writing process: from, “The key to my heart is…” to, “Where to find me at a party?” and, “I’ll pick the first part of the date, you pick the second.” Additionally, Hinge opts out of the swipe-based premise by allowing users to like or comment on individual profile photos and prompt answers.As a Myspace-era bonus, your profile is synced to a song of your choosing.Cons: The premise is, of course, extremely elitist.Con: The requirement to send the first message can sometimes be stressful, and while putting women in charge always has its pros, the drawback is that many men use the app to simply pump up their egos with incoming messages without ever replying. Ok Cupid Ok Cupid is unique in that it matches users based on their responses to a survey.
Either way, it’s a big dating-app world out there, with plenty of people and difficult decisions to make.Pro: 24/7 community moderation which strives toward a discrimination-free space.Cons: Some users lament that, much like its parent company Bumble, Chappy does not provide enough profile information.Once users find people (or the person) they’re interested in, they have the option to “like” their profile and wait to see if it’s a match.Pros: There’s a bit of a romantic notion to the idea that the universe might make your ideal person cross paths with you.