I've used match.com and Okcupid. The match.com mobile app is pretty good. Okcupid is fun because there are lots of fun personality quizzes. I also like how Okcupid shows how responsponsive users are, giving you an idea how likely others are gonna reply to you.posted about 2 years ago
I had an Okcupid account before it became a dating site. Back then, it was just a bunch of people taking this dating profile test. The tests are a lot of fun to take with friends for self-discovery. I also have some friends who have used the Facebook app Grouper, which allows a trio of guys and girls to meet up and have an outing together. That seem to be also popular. I think sites like Match.com and eHarmony are for post college kids who are looking for more serious relationships.posted about 2 years ago
I met my boyfriend on Ok Cupid but that was after I graduated....in college I usually met people at parties but I was never looking for someone to date long term so I guess it was different for meposted about 2 years ago
I've only used Tinder because it's simple, easy-to-use and really casual. I've met some really great guys through the app. Plus, I feel like there's not as much pressure - you can chat with someone really easily and if the two of you get along, then you can more forward and meet for a coffee date or something fun! On the flip side, if you lose interest (or they're creepy haha) you can just stop messaging.posted about 2 years ago
I don't think you need to go the online dating route during college and this is coming from someone who met her husband on a dating site. College it is easier to meet people in classes, activities and friends. You are surrounded by people your age who aren't married. After college it becomes more difficult and if you still want to try online dating I would do it then. Don't forget to have fun! College can be the best years of your life.posted about 2 years ago
OkCupid is so much fun, honestly. But I think it's true that you should totally get out of your comfort zone in college and try and meet people at parties, in organizations, and even out at local bars near your school! However, once that's run dry ...definitely give those sites a shot.
I'm all for it because I've met some cool guys on there and you never know! A friend of mine is in a serious relationship with someone from Tinder. :)posted about 2 years ago