Like Tinder, Plentyof Fish is free to use, although it does offer in-app purchases.
The Elite Singles approach: The vast majority of Tinder users are aged between 18 and 30, and relationships formed through the app are infamous for being of a more frivolous nature.
A lot of the app’s interface is geared towards this; more fickle judgements are encouraged through the lack of personality-based pairing.
This means that we’re able to accurately match you to singles that share not only your interests, but attributes of your personality too.
We send our users seven compatible matches every single day to allow you to narrow your search; perfect for discerning professionals.
This is something we understand innately at Elite Singles, and it’s the reason that our core user base is primarily educated, professional singles between the ages of 30 – 55.
Features: Again, Plentyof Fish uses a personality test to pair up potential love birds.
Features: Bumble is a dating service based entirely within an app, and is based primarily on looks and first impressions.
However, the difference from Tinder is that Bumble requires female users to make the first move.
Features: Tinder allows users to browse a variety of singles in their area via simplistic profiles that feature several photos and a brief bio.