Top ranked dating app
By using a dating app, are you guaranteed to “match” with someone? Although some people seem to think so, especially when looking at the reviews of those who have purchased the paid services.
If we look at the themes* (a theme is a topic that can be expressed in various ways) of “not enough matches” in the data, across all apps and locations, we can see that e Harmony significantly loses out here.
The US seems to be quite good at finding matches, as they are last on this list, so could this mean they are less picky? Grrr, we’ve all been there and your patience wears thin to the point where you just give up.
Seemingly, Tinder is the most frustrating app to use, as significantly more reviewers have mentioned “app crashes” in their 1 and 2-star reviews, than any of the other apps.
I can’t deny feeling like channelling Carrie Bradshaw, as I sit in front of my Mac Book, feverishly typing this post, sipping on my black coffee and thinking back to past dating experiences.
For some reason, kiwis experience more app crashes than people in other countries.Will not be renewing and would definitely NOT recommend. age, distance, smoker/ non-smoker, race, etc, the matches are not enough, and certainly not what I am looking for.