Styletastic quiz asks you questions like ‘what would you wear on a date’ or ‘how do you like your hair’ and gives you options like cool and casual or picture perfect etc.
Tinder Think online dating and Tinder is among the first few apps that come to mind.
Tinder therefore could not stay far behind in our list.
It isn’t entirely similar to Truly Madly as it gives you a number of settings through which you can date ‘differently’.
Additionally, it also asks you to choose your hobbies (at least three) from a series of hashtags such as #Travel Buff, #Artsy, #Foodie or you can add your own.
The verification process may sound tedious, but there’s more to it. Truly Madly assigns percentage to different mediums you log in with.
Similarly, logging in with Linked In or with references only gives you a 15 per cent score.
Percentage earned from adding your phone number is 10 per cent.
To sum up, the profiles on Tinder are verified; it shows your mutual friends from Facebook and lets you choose people from various town/cities. It’s called the ‘Matchmaking app for singles’ and largely works on matching people based on their interests.
Unlike the dating apps that we talked about previously, you don’t necessarily need to reject people, you can like them using the ‘heart’ icon; message them to find out more about them or simply move on to another person by swiping right.
Needless to say, they are different from social networking platforms because of the fact that they have been specifically designed for dating people.
It is unlikely that you missed the ‘boy browsing’ ad of Truly Madly on TV or the Woo ad that says ‘Find magic, Find love’. I used four top dating apps over a week and based on my experience, here’s what I have to say: Truly Madly Since you have already made up your mind to date online, why not do it the most ‘fun’ way.
Let us come back to the cool games that we talked about above.