Mobile Dating Apps

Which mobile dating app

Mobile dating apps are the future and if you’re serious about online dating you should be getting involved. Mobile dating apps mean more matches and more chat. The only tough decision is which app to download. Here dating-experts can help with a list of our favourite dating apps for the UK:

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Product Summary: Zoosk is one of the leading dating services in the UK. Its unique behavioural matching system makes it very easy to get to know new people on the site and to hook up. They have one of the largest and most active member databases in the business.

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Product Summary: eharmony is a well known brand and market leader in computer based matchmaking. It delivers a really quality service to its clients and is one of the most visually attractive sites on the internet.

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Product Summary: C-date offers a unique service for men and women looking for casual adventures within a discreet and respectful environment. It is the perfect alternative if you looking for no-strings dates but are put off by the cheap or immature approach of many flirting and chat... (read more)

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Product Summary: A popular app in the UK for flirting and chatting. Has a slightly more racey feel and higher levels of anonymity than many of its competitors.

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Product Summary: Lovoo is one of the best places to meet singles for casual hook ups and fun dates. It’s very easy to find other singles who are close by and get chatting and flirting with them. It is available on mobile or desktop.

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Product Summary: Badoo is arguably the no1. hook up site in the UK, with great participation rates and ease of use. It styles itself the biggest Social Network for meeting new people.

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Product Summary: Are You Interested is perhaps the best known of the Facebook apps to hit the dating scene. A great place for causal hook ups and particularly easy to use due to its Facebook integration

Over 30% of all online dating activity takes place on mobile devices. And this is a number that is set to grow and grow. Forecasters predict that the majority of online dating will be taking place on mobile apps by 2017. In the UK this trend is even more pronounced as we are one of the top countries for smart phone usages in the world. Some estimates suggest over 70% of UK adults already have a smart phone.

Mobile dating apps often come in the form of ‘add ons’ to services you are already subscribed to from your desktop device. This is often the very best way to use them. Registering and filling out profile details on a mobile dating app can be a bit fiddly and often lead users to cut corners or not fill out all the necessary fields. The best way is to register at home and get all the complicated bits out of the way using a full keyboard, then download the app and access the account you have already set up.

Once you have this winning dual system in place you can have the best of both worlds and control your search at all times. Using both devices as they fit into your life best and making sure that you stay in control of where and when you want to check for updates. Mobile dating apps should be downloaded as an addition to your desktop usage, not as a stand-alone service.

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