Don’t get me wrong, the thought and effort that went into designing this app was great! The goal however is just to make something look fancy to get you into thinking this is the real deal to make you buy their ridiculously priced memberships.
Saw a new dating app specifically for the Seattle and figured I’d try it out. Turns out I couldn’t get past the profile creation because the app didn’t like that my profile photos were edited iPhone photos or something. Kept giving me an error.
Whoever owns the Tinder platform and their employees are a bunch of thieves and scam artists. Shadowbanning people without any reason given, forcing you to spend money making you believe you’ll have a chance to be seen by more people.
Bumble entire purpose is for women to make the first move so rarely when you do get a match, all you get is “hey” or “hi” and then they still make the guy do all the work and carry the conversations anyways.
The only redeeming quality to this dating over the others is that they let you send a message with your like. The downsides though don’t warrant the one plus at all.
Most of the reviews about this app are just whining that you can’t see likes without paying and yeah that makes sense. You can still swipe on a ton of profiles and see and message your matches perfectly fine for free.
Apparently this app and dating service had been going for years and years but I’ve only used it on and off for about a year now. Never met anyone off here but I find it crazy how bad it’s gotten in just that short time I’ve used it.
I’ve been using match for several months and didn’t really see any success from it. One of the major problems I have with match is that there are way too many inactive accounts or women who haven’t logged in for while so you just end up eating time liking and writing messages to people you’ll never know even use the service anymore.