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But no matter who you ask, it seems to have become synonymous with casual dating and hookups rather than those looking for long-term love. Hayley Minn told us: “I used to love it, it's so easy to use and fun, but it now feels like a game more than anything and I've never had a date lead to anything serious.” Despite the fact it seems to be losing its edge, we included it because it’s still popular, and the large user numbers mean the more chance of dates.It’s ideal if you’re looking for something not so serious, but that’s not to say you won’t find a more long-term partner. Louise said: “I’m sick of it, but most people are on it.
It’s hard to stand out in the era of Tinder, which is why OKCupid has turned its attention to matching people up on a ‘deeper level’.
The profiles are detailed (if people fill them in), which means you can find out more about someone before you speak to them, and location-based searching means you’re shown people who live or work nearby.
One of the most interesting developments to Match.com’s proposition is group dating events, which sound weird but could set it apart from the rest.
Paul said: “I love that match are evolving by introducing dating events.
They have the potential to be the future of dating and it's nice to see one of the top online companies acknowledging that, without losing their original identity.”If you're serious about finding long-term love as a gay man, Chappy may well be the best app option on the market.