When it comes to finding love, dating sites are where it's at these days. Discovering your forever partner in a bar?
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That's so So naturally, we're here to help you with our edit of the best dating sites in Australia for Some are old favourites, some newcomers on the block or on the rise. Whatever the case, it's probably worth downloading them all if you're swiping out here.
Why not, right? Still a fantastic option, Bumble is showing no s of slowing down as a popular dating app in Australia.
Basically, women make the first move when it comes to Bumble - you swipe right, get told if it's a match, and then have to send the first message. Seem scary? It's more empowering than anything else - and means you get to kick things off well. Gaining popularity in the dating site world over the last few years is Hinge.
The reason for this is likely because it was one of the first dating apps to adopt the fuller-profile vibe, making users answer questions so you get a more well-rounded idea of your matches before you, well, match them. It also doesn't operate with swipes - you have to either like a comment or photo, or better - start a chat around it.
Sites and mobile apps like rsvp, eharmony, plenty of fish, zoosk, tinder and oasis may not protect your private information.
Still one of the most mysterious dating sites in Australia, Raya works on exclusivity - you have to be invited onto the dating app, and it's pretty difficult to get that invite. This is why it's still popular with celebrities and single influencers.
It says something about Tinder that it's had such longevity - the first dating app to gain real traction in Australia, and still one of the most used, Tinder is why we say "I'd swipe right on them". Tinder Platinum, Tinder Plus and Tinder Gold are where it's really at, though - the subscription options give you heaps of perks, like unlimited "rewinds" going back to someone you accidentally swiped left on and profile boosts so your pretty face is showing up on more feeds.
One of the longest-running dating sites in Australia, eHarmony still stands out from the pack because you really do input heaps of information, so your matches are far more likely to align with you on personal values, beliefs and interests.
Ever walked past someone super hot and wondered what might have happened if, say, you tripped over in front of them and had a total meet-cute moment? Happn is all about tracking that babe down - if they also use the app, you will see their face pop up as "near you". People you're around heaps - like, say, the cute barista at your local coffee shop - will come up more often, so it's a great choice for meeting people in your area.