Best for Taking Dating on the Go: Zoosk Zoosk claims to be the number one dating app on smart phones, and for a good reason.
The app has easy browsing and communication tools that help you connect with local users. "It's a hip, visually oriented site, which tends to attract daters in their twenties and thirties." Organized like most social media sites, Zoosk is easy to navigate and explore.
(Unless, you are gay or your membership is inexplicably rejected, which happens.) Regardless of it's discriminating taste, e Harmony is doing something right.
Still, e Harmony gives users access to thousands of detailed profiles of high caliber matches.
The world can seem like a pretty big place, especially if you're looking for more than a casual relationship.
At e Harmony, we're dedicated to the success of our global community singles, and unlike most other international dating sites, our innovative, scientifically developed matching technology matches you with compatible, international singles - for quality relationships that last.
Unlike the more formulaic dating sites, encourages users to spend their twenties dating as many people as possible to find what they like in a partner. Without paying for a membership, you can create a profile, receive match suggestions, search for potential matches and send "winks" to people.
Unfortunately, without a full membership you can't respond to or block other users, use the chat function or see who has viewed your profile.