Since we’re talking about dating apps, there’s no way that Match.com would be mentioned. It is one of the pioneering websites when it came to online dating; even before we had applications that centered on online dating, Match.com has been the top option. If none of the newer applications hold your interest then we recommend trying out the classic.
Match.com won’t require a Facebook account from their users but they still have to sign up for an account, fill up the necessary information, add photos and answer some questions that the app will use for finding a possible match. At Match.com, you can start flirting with other people by sending them a ‘wink’, of course other users can send you winks along the way. Search through their database until you find someone that you want to send a wink to. Match.com also sends daily personalized matches; these suggestions are based on your interests.
In order to optimize your entire experience with Match.com, you have to sign up for their subscription. A lot of users have expressed that the subscriptions are a bit pricy, subscriptions start at $21 a month for the first six months. Meanwhile, premium subscriptions lets users see everyone who visited and looked into their profile. Even those that liked your photos will be displayed and these are just a handful of all the available features.
Though Match.com is known for the minimalist and sleek interface, it’s not the easiest application in the world to use. A set of tabs is available and they’re displayed at the top of the page; there you can see the ‘mixer’, ‘matches’, ‘viewed me’ and ‘search’ and what these tabs do break up the numerous available options. It’s not that easy to use and it’s not incredibly complicated but you may need a few minutes of getting used to it.