Another dating site like tagged

Don’t be fooled by the old school look though, because if you live in the USA it has a whole lot of potential matches for you.

No better excuse than the new year to get things rolling again.

Most people who use online dating sites fear being rejected in actual life.

I’m not sure that extravagance is really necessary to have a successful app, and this is one such example. Using it’s own self-developed algorithmic matching system, the site attempts to help users better determine if another user is likely to be a good match. It has everything you need to succeed, but literally nothing more.

Price: Free Skout As the largest location-based dating app, Skout is a good way to connect with a potential friend, or more, wherever you may be in the world. Price: Free Tagged Named one of “America’s Most Promising Companies” by Forbes in 2011, Tagged has been building up a vast user network. This dating app flips through pictures of nearby users asking, “Are you interested?

The site and accompanying app is a blend of friendship and dating opportunities, allowing people to meet through the social-gaming component. ” If you both answer yes, you two will be matched up and can arrange from there.

There’s also a couples section where you can make a dual profile.

Good for: An ego boost—with so many users, your inbox will fill up quickly.

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