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I felt that users here wanted to chat more before meeting up and I didn’t get any inappropriate messages.This is my favorite app in terms of user experience and quality of matches.COFFEE MEETS BAGEL | Slow-paced for the busy; higher quality matches You get ONE match per day at noon based on your Facebook circle, preferences, and location.It’s possible to unlock more matches if you acquire “beans” by inviting friends to use the app or paying money. PROS: If you’re looking for a professional and educated guy, 96% of users have a Bachelor’s degree and over 33% have a Master’s degree.I experienced some bugs in the app, but it improved with the update from January 30.I feel like I’ve wasted hours of my life swiping and my thumb hurts.They must message within 24 hours or the match disappears (men can extend one match per day for an additional 24 in the hopes the girl will message him).PROS: There seem to be a lot more nice-looking, educated, have-their-sh*t-together men on Bumble than Tinder.

This past month, I tried Tinder, Coffee Meets Bagel, Bumble, and Skout and here are some of my thoughts.My first AIM username in middle school was “Hugs Angel3”, but you don’t see me using that now. They offer less prospects per day (similar to Coffee Meets Bagel) and “higher quality matches”.70% of the people who requested to chat didn’t have a picture, are from a different city or country, or were outside the age range I’m seeking. If you have stories about any of the apps I used (or didn’t use), I’d love to hear from you! Dating is exhausting and I feel liberated after deleting all of them. The guys I chatted with and met had—at least on paper—the qualities I am searching for.CONS: Turns out, they hook you by giving you 3-5 matches the first few days and then it drops to 0-2 per day. If I said no to my 1-2 “carefully-curated algorithmic matches” for the day, I might get zero that day.

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