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Match is also testing out a phone-based service called Ask Match that puts you in touch with a dating coach for advice and pointers.Ask Match is currently available in New York City, though the dating service hopes to bring it nationwide by 2020.More comprehensive features such as the ability to see who has checked out your profile and liked your pictures can be unlocked by a subscription.Match has continued to add on to its features, such as a Tinder-like Mixer, Android Wear and Apple Watch integration, as well as the addition of voice and video snippets to your profile.MORE: How to Use Tinder Like A Pro Ok Cupid (Android, i OS) features a massive userbase and straightforward dating tools.But rather than rest on their laurels, OKC keeps refining and adding on features to its apps, such as a new system of "Flavors" that allows users to quickly view evocative flavors of potential matches, such as Kinky Nerds, Beard Lovers, World Travelers, etc.
Even a few years ago, Internet dating meant tethering yourself to your computer, but these days, mobile devices and location-sensing apps have turned the world into your playground for dates, hookups and long-term relationships, with even Facebook testing out a dating service that's expected to launch in the U. Still, the different apps put a focus on different things, so some may be better for your own needs than others.
Tinder (Android, i OS) blazed the trail, set by Grindr, toward a world of swipe and scroll dating apps.
On its face, Tinder encourages you to make shallow, snap judgments about potential partners.
Just looking to widen your circle of friends, as opposed to relationship?
Bumble has a BFF feature for people who are not looking for dates and a separate section for making business contacts.
All this is in addition to Ok Cupid's messaging tools, personality quizzes, Instagram integration and other old favorites.