Around 49 million singles have tried online dating at some point in their lives.With an estimated 7,500 online dating sites in existence, it can be hard to determine which site is the best for helping you find love.
Rather than a questionnaire, you answer simple ‘yes or no’ questions and input an ‘about me’ paragraph to get started, and the site delivers you potential matches with whom you can strike up a conversation. The site connects you with potential partners who live and/or work in the same area as you, saving you precious time when arranging and meeting up for dates. Prices start at £16/month Try now: OK Cupid from £16 per month How it works: Users take the Plentyof Fish Chemistry Test, measuring self-confidence, self-control, how much you value family, social dependency and how easy-going you are.
You’re then matched up with fellow daters who share the same emotional needs as you.
We asked our expert colleagues on sister site Marie Claire to give us their round-up of the best dating services on the web.
These days, the best dating sites are as well-known and commonplace as London buses or Starbucks branches.
It launched in 1995 and is now available in 24 different countries.