Are you looking for your soulmate? A FWB situation? Does he/she need to have blonde hair and blue eyes? Hold an Ivy league diploma (or 2)? Whatever your preference, there’s probably a dating app for it. Keep reading to figure out which one you should be using to find your potential match.
Tinder: if you are looking for any type of connection, honestly. While Tinder is popularly known as a hookup app, genuine diversity exists (in its members and the types of relationships they seek).
Bumble: if you are usually interested in a well-educated New Englander and are curious to find out what it’s like when a woman makes the first move.
The League: if you want to meet girlbosses and sapiosexuals. Not only does The League provide an opportunity to show interest via online swiping, but also events to talk to the person IRL!
Happn: if you are looking for the cute girl who sat across from you on the subway or the handsome guy who walked past you on the street, this app’s goal is to help you find your missed connection.
OK Cupid: if you want to try almost a MySpace kind of old school dating site.
Coffee Meets Bagel: if you’re ready for a real relationship with a good dude who is ready to settle down and reminds you of your dad a little bit.
Dine: if you want to bring it back to the days when first dates started with good food and conversation. Chivalry is not dead.
EHarmony: if you’re really serious about finding someone. Like want to meet the love of your life serious. Like get married in a year serious.
Raya: if you’re an artist looking for creatives. Apparently a rigorous review process since we still haven’t made the cut!