Those of you who nominated Match shared some of your success stories meeting your significant other there, but also all noted that Match felt the most mature of all of the dating sites you tried—the most elegant, or at least grown up.
Ok Cupid is completely free, meaning you don't have to pay to see more matches or to unlock specific features that may make it easier for you to find someone interesting.At the same time, because it's completely free, the array of potential matches you get can be wild and varied, to say the least.There are entire blogs around the web dedicated to the types of people you'll find on Ok Cupid, and part of it is because the service is rapidly growing, free, and accessible to everyone.Granted, that also means that if you're looking for the most possible matches, and the service is very proud of its matching algorithm.When you sign up, you fill out a remarkably lengthy profile full of questions that will be used to help other people find you, and to help you match other people.
Mobile apps for i OS and Android help you take your search with you on the go, and stay in touch with people you plan to meet.
Those of you who nominated and praised OKCupid were some of the few who pointed out that you met your significant others there, and your match was—at least for the time being—a success, so congratulations!
Seriously, so many success stories in the nominations thread.
You have plenty of places to try and find your perfect someone.
We've talked about how to find the right site for you, but this week we're looking at five of the best, based on nominations from you, the Lifehacker community.
Earlier in the week we asked you which online dating sites you thought were the best, whether you found your match on one or you've tried them all.