They make some big guarantees: You can do most things on OKCupid for free, but like POF, there are perks available to “A-List” members, OKC’s term for premium users.
While it has about an eighth the user base of POF, clocking in at around 8 million, OKCupid is generally a lot of fun as it matchmakes using user-generated questions and quizzes, allowing users to determine how compatible their match might be with them. OKC has a Tindr like feature that allows one to rapidly rate other users, and if you and someone else rate each other highly, then OKC will let you know.
Let’s face it: as the weather grows colder, the atmosphere of your local bar changes for the worse.
Summer was about men and women fleeing their internships and dead-end jobs to idle away the evening on roof top decks.
While popular choices are a safe bet for their huge user base, smaller sites offer starting off with more common ground.
Overall, consider each option with an open-mind because even if some of these dating sites have only 200,000 users, you’re only trying to find one.
It’s only for verified college students and alumni, but if you fit the bill, the site provides unique features.
Members can see how what they’re looking for relates to what others are looking for.
The first two options are “attached male seeking female,” and “attached female seeking male.” That’s the vibe and if it’s what you’re into, the site repeatedly stresses that it is 100% discreet.
It also boasts over 20 million users so there’s plenty of cheating to be done.
The site also has Pandora-like music suggestions and can be a great way to discover platonic “concert-buddies.” Passions Network consists of scads of smaller dating “sites” with very specific, niche interests.
It’s kind of like tastebuds.fm, except way more specific.
Summer was about calling in sick on Friday because your boss took his kids to the beach a day early.