Bored of Small-Talk Dates?

Discover a Better Way to Date Virtually

It is not fear of becoming a cat lady or skepticism of chance encounters driving people to find love online. Instead, it is the trust in algorithms to find the right match that is the driving force.

It is tough to gauge the best dating websites when over 1500 websites and apps are on the market. Many reviews are online, but many of those reviews are sponsored, so the writers receive compensation for endorsing the dating site.

So we compiled a list of the best dating websites, in no particular order, based on reviews by websites that we felt were unbiased and were not labeled as sponsored.

Zoosk

Zoosk, available both online and as a mobile app, has over 35 million members worldwide and boasts its dating platform across 80 countries. The site also translates into 25 different languages.

One of the unique features of this dating site is that you can create and attend Match Events. In addition, it allows paid users to participate in events near their location to meet and socialize with other subscribers from the area.

Match.com

eharmony

Eharmony offers free memberships, allowing users to create a profile, complete the compatibility quiz and receive matches. Users can view their matches but must pay the monthly fee to communicate with them.

Its intelligent profiling system can send users 3-7 compatible matches per day. You can also receive helpful advice and expert tips about relationships from their Elite Singles magazine.

Elite Singles

Christian Mingle

Other than typical questions asked in profiles such as age and location, this site also asks for information such as lifestyle habits and branches of Christianity practiced to help refine matches.

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