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  1. Jim Liston
    Jim Liston at |

    I had no idea that there were so many dating apps! Some of them really sound interesting, like the Tastebuds app. Finding someone with the same music preference would be an ideal way to start a conversation. Maybe you could meet somewhere to listen to a band and have a couple of drinks.
    The Tangle app also sounds interesting. It would be a way to keep the mystery in a chance encounter with someone. Instead of planning the date and trying to come up with something to do, you would just do a spontaneous thing together. Sounds like a great idea!
    I wonder if users are rating these apps to see how they rank.

  2. Charles
    Charles at |

    Jim, I haven’t heard of many of these either, except for Tinder. I remember when the days when you had the break the ice by simply saying Hello! My the times they are a changing!

  3. Kelly
    Kelly at |

    Thanks for the list and your review on each, I’m sure there are a lot of people that will find this article helpful. I will be passing this on to my half brother, he’s been trying out several different dating sites and apps and I don’t think he’s found the one that suits him yet. So, perhaps he will find the best app in this list. Thanks and I’m looking forward to more articles like these 🙂

  4. Caitlin
    Caitlin at |

    Great job with listing each of these apps like this! It’s helpful to see them all in one place and to know how they work/what to expect. I had no idea there were so many decent ones out there!

  5. Julia
    Julia at |

    Great list! There are so many of them it’s hard to find a good one nowadays.
    They are more and more app with ridiculous concepts, like blume http://getblume.com/, or cuplo http://cuplo.net . I’m not judging people using theses apps, but I think a useful dating app should just have a traditional concept. And we need more romantism! Be kind!

    Love, Julia


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