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We asked eHarmony for up-to-date details about their membership demographic, but they didn't respond. Unique features: eHarmony's selling point is its tailored approach. Your profile is created from a detailed questionnaire where you rate your personality and appearance, plus what you want in a partner and relationship. Matching: users are matched based on their personality profile, using eHarmony's "29 dimensions of compatibility".

You can access eHarmony for free, but paying a subscription gives you more information about other users. Free: Users receive a personal profile, view daily matches and have limited interaction with their matches, like sending a smile or a limited number of set questions.

You can only see limited information about matches, and you can't see photos. Subscriptions entitle you to see who's viewed your profile, send unlimited messages, see unlimited photos, filter your matches by interest, search matches by distance and receive help optimising your profile.

By posting information and photos on a profile page or any public area of the eHarmony website, users automatically agree that eHarmony can retain and use their information indefinitely, unless they tell eHarmony otherwise. Users' contact details may be shared with third parties for advertising.

eHarmony doesn't disclose the price of its plans until after you've filled out their onerous survey, by which point you may have invested hours. While most other sites offer a one- or two-month subscription, eHarmony's shortest subscription plan is six months.

The longest is a month membership, which could appeal to bargain-hunting users, but locks users in for an extended period of time. The question to ask is: if I'm still using the site 24 months later, has it been worth the not insignificant fees charged? Privacy: Profile info including photos can be used for advertising or shared with third parties. Unique features: Oasis is one of the few sites that offers virtually all features for free.

There are a few paid features but they don't give you any additional access to profiles or chat. Matching: users describe their personality, interests and hobbies and select criteria for their ideal partner. They can then search for suitable matches. You can use Oasis for free, and you'll have access to all member profiles and unlimited chat.

Or you can choose to pay small amounts for additional benefits, such as:. By signing up, users agree that all profile information is public — including photos — and so automatically grant an irrevocable and ongoing licence for the company to use and distribute any information posted or transmitted on the site. In effect, this means users' photos, aliases and other personal details can be used in advertising, online and off, although it's possible to opt out of this by updating privacy options in the account settings portal on the website.

Email addresses, photos and information may also be shared with third parties for marketing purposes on behalf of Oasis. You can connect your Facebook account to your Oasis account, but Oasis says it won't post anything to your timeline. A spokesperson says all profiles and pictures are manually checked to ensure the information provided is accurate. The company also does background profile checks to reduce the amount of scammers that join the site. Detailed, math-based matching system.

Good for queer, gender-diverse and non-monogamous dating. Privacy: Your info may be shared with other dating sites like Plenty of Fish and Tinder. We asked OkCupid for details about their membership but they were unable to provide exact numbers.

Demographic: The majority of OkCupid users are Millennials, followed by Gen Z then Gen X. Angle: OkCupid claims to use a math-based matching system to help users find partners. After completing a basic profile and matching questions, users can elect to fill out hundreds of optional broad-reaching questions — like if they'd date a messy person, whether they like dogs, or even how often they brush their teeth.

The more questions you answer on your profile, the better the matching system becomes, the company says. OkCupid had the most gender, sexuality and relationship preferences of all the sites we looked at, so it's a good option if you don't identify as heterosexual, cisgender or monogamous. Matching: Potential matches are rated by a "Match Percentage" based on who you're looking for, what they're looking for, and how similarly you both answer questions that you mark as important. Users can then flick through one potential match at a time, search for users based on specific criteria including gender, age and distance or browse all potential matches using the discover feature.

OkCupid has free and paid A-list memberships. According to the company, the site is designed so that a free account doesn't hinder your use of the site — you don't need the paid features to use the site. A-list members can access the site ad-free, get additional match search options, send unlimited likes, get message-read receipts and see the full list of people who like them. Premium A-list: All the features of A-list, plus one free automatic boost per day during prime time.

You can also see everyone's public answers to their questions before you answer, and you'll receive something called "Increased Attractiveness" which claims to let you see and be seen by more attractive matches. Incognito mode: This makes your profile invisible to everyone on the site unless you 'like' or message them, and gives you ad-free access. You can turn it on or off as you please. Profile boosts: These give you a day's worth of views in just a few minutes.

You can buy boosts individually, or in discounted multi-packs. You can't see the membership costs until you've joined OkCupid and answered many questions and subscriptions automatically renew. The prices are also in US dollars, and you can pay using PayPal. OkCupid can't refund purchases made via the iPhone app.

OkCupid is part of Match Group, which owns other dating sites like Tinder, Plenty of Fish and Match, and your information may be shared with other Match Group companies. OkCupid may also share your information with third parties such as advertising partners. Tinder and OkCupid have recently come under fire following the release of a report by the Norwegian Consumer Council which found that the apps were sharing personal user information with third parties.

According to a spokesperson, OkCupid has a support team that monitors all accounts using standard verification practices. Uses a "Relationship Chemistry Predictor" to find matches. Privacy: Your profile could be made visible on other dating sites like OkCupid and Tinder. Members: million registered users worldwide. Data could not be provided on Australian members.

Matching: Users fill out a profile listing preferences for a potential partner, plus an optional "Relationship Chemistry Predictor". PoF then sends you a report based on your survey responses and uses the data to find you matches. Free: A free membership lets users post up to eight photos, communicate, view others' photos and use most features of the site. Paid: You can upgrade your membership for additional features such as the ability to upload up to 16 images, unlock any user's extended profile, see if your emails were read or deleted, find out when someone viewed your profile, go ad-free and appear first in search results.

You can also buy tokens to send a priority message, highlight your profile or send a 'Super Yes' to let another user know you are very interested in them. Tokens expire after six months. You can't access pricing information until you've signed up and answered many questions , which is frustrating. Bear in mind that unless you specifically opt out, subscriptions automatically renew. You can pay using PayPal.

PoF says it may share your personal information with affiliates and third parties acting on their behalf. PoF is part of the Match Group of businesses, which includes Tinder, OkCupid and Match. Your information may be shared with other businesses in this group. Your profile could also be made visible on other Match Group services, but PoF says it will notify you and allow you to agree or refuse "where relevant".

Considered more credible due to higher membership costs. Privacy: Your info including photos could be used for advertising or shared with a third party. Matching: Free users can select a range of parameters for their ideal partner, including age, location, height, ethnicity and education. The site regularly generates matches for you, based on both users matching each other's ideal partner criteria, plus people near you and some wild cards for good measure.

It also uses its 'Discover Engine' which suggests members based on historical matching data. Paying members also have access to compatibility data, and so may have a better shot at a good match. Basic: If you sign up for free, you can view full profiles, upload up to 15 photos, receive a personality report, set criteria for matches and send and accept virtual winks, which are expressions of interest.

You'll receive matches each day but one party will need to pay to initiate contact. If you want to message another user, you'll need to use stamps. One stamp opens up 30 days of contact via chat or message with any one member. This option gives you priority customer support, allows you to see who has viewed your profile and gives you extra control over your profile visibility.

Your profile will be highlighted and appear at the top of search results. It also allows you to extend your stamp expiry, and you won't see ads when using RSVP on your mobile.

This option gives you the same features as Premium membership, plus four stamps per month. Unused stamps can accumulate as long as your membership remains current. This option gives you the same features as Premium membership plus ten stamps per month and the ability to send a super wink every day.

A super wink allows the receiver to reply to you for free. Signing up to an RSVP account and agreeing to its privacy terms and conditions grants permission for your personal information, including photos and email addresses, to be used for advertising or transmission to a third party. RSVP says their customer support team personally monitors and checks all profiles and photos that are submitted to the site. Easy-to-use app-based dating service. Uses geolocation to find matches.

We asked Tinder for details about their Australian membership numbers, but they could only provide a global figure of 5.

Unique features: Tinder is an app-based online dating service. It has the simplest format of all the apps and sites we looked at. Matching: You pick the gender or genders you're interested in, the age range you're looking for and how close in distance you'd like a potential match to be. Tinder then uses the GPS on your mobile phone to search for nearby Tinder users. Once it locates them, it shows you their first name, age, a profile picture and brief blurb. You tap their name to read a little more about them and see more pictures, swipe right if you'd like to be matched with them, or left if you're not interested.

If both parties swipe right, you're a match, meaning you can start interacting with them. Free: Users can see profiles, match with other users and chat with matches. They can send one Super Like each day, which shows someone that you're really interested in them. Tinder Plus: This in-app subscription gives you access to features like Rewind which allows you to review people you accidentally passed on and Passport which allows you to match with people in different locations , as well as five Super Likes per day and unlimited 'right swipes' or likes.

It also gives you additional Boosts which increase profile visibility. Tinder's pricing varies depending on a number of undisclosed factors. Tinder Gold: Offers the same features as Tinder Plus, as well as access to the Likes You feature, which shows you who likes you before you swipe. Super Like: You can send a Super Like to let someone know you're really interested in them. Boost: This makes you one of the top profiles in your area for 30 minutes. Tinder's pricing policy in Australia is ambiguous and the company did not provide specific information in response to our request for pricing information.

According to a Tinder spokesperson, Tinder has "a dynamic pricing structure that offers multiple price points, which may vary by region, length of subscription, recent in-app promotions and more.

On average, people who were over the age of 30 were offered prices that were more than double the prices given to those who were under 30, like in the US. This suggests Tinder is using other, unknown factors to personalise its prices further. We didn't see a pattern that could explain the differences.

To use the app, you must sign up with your Facebook account or your phone number. If you use your Facebook account, this then forms the basis of your Tinder profile. According to Tinder, this is to ensure matches are made with people who share interests and common friends.

That being said, Tinder doesn't post to your Facebook profile, so if you're concerned about friends getting updates about your use of the site, at least on this point, you can rest easy. Tinder also gives itself access to the content of your chats when you're using the app and may share your personal data with third parties for advertising purposes. Tinder is part of the Match Group of businesses, which includes Plenty of Fish, OkCupid and Match.

Tinder and OkCupid have recently come under fire following the release of a report by the Norwegian Consumer Council which found that the apps are sharing personal user information with third parties. You are able to view the personal data that Tinder has collected about you by using the Download my Data tool and you can also request its deletion.

Matches based on compatibility. Privacy: Zoosk may use your email contacts to invite your friends to the site. We asked Zoosk to provide current figures for their membership and demographic, but they didn't respond. Matching: To register, you fill out a profile, which you can do by signing up with Facebook, and then populate your profile with more information like your interests or your ideal date.

You can meet singles using three methods: by searching for them by distance and age, by using the "Carousel" which works similarly to Tinder , or by using SmartPick which evaluates compatibility between Zoosk members and makes match recommendations. Zoosk claims to learn from your actions as you use the site, therefore making more suitable matches as you use the site more. Zoosk offers free and paid memberships, and a pay-as-you-go system using "Zoosk Coins". The free profiles function as a preview — if you want to communicate with users on the site you have to pay for a membership.

Free: Members can create a profile, search for singles, and send introductory winks, but they can't send or receive messages. Memberships auto-renew unless you cancel your membership before it expires. With a paid membership, you can send and receive messages and winks, chat with connections, see profiles of those who have viewed yours, and get full access to Smartpick, Zoosk's matching services.

Zoosk Coins: You can also earn or buy Zoosk "Coins", which unlock your matches, allow you to send virtual gifts, boost your profile, and get delivery confirmations on emails, among other features. Coins can be earned by using or signing up to various third-party apps, surveys, services and websites. If you sign up to Zoosk and give the site access to one of your social media profiles, such as Twitter or Facebook, they may make posts on your behalf on that platform, and they may also gather information about your friends.

Think twice about giving Zoosk access to your address book — they keep your contacts on file and may later use your information to suggest friends and connections to other members. If they invite your friends, they may out you as being a Zoosk user by extending the invitation on your behalf. While there's no shame in dating online, you might not want it advertised to your nearest and dearest. By signing up to Zoosk, you grant permission for all your user content to be used for purposes including advertising or transmission to a third party.

Zoosk was reportedly the first major dating site to offer photo verification. All photos are reviewed by moderators: users can verify their profile pictures by taking a video selfie that moderators compare with your profile picture to make sure it really looks like you.

You can tell which pictures have been verified as they'll have a green tick. Facebook Dating officially launched in the US in September and is currently available in 19 other countries, although there is currently no date set for its arrival to Australia. Users of Facebook Dating are able to create a dating profile that is separate from their Facebook profile and potential matches are recommended based on preferences, shared interests, Facebook activity and mutual friends.

You're also able to discover other singles that share similar interests through groups or events. Your friends and family aren't able to see what you do with your dating profile, and you can't be matched with your friends unless you use the Secret Crush feature and you both add each other to your list. Given how many of us use Facebook, the convenience of an embedded dating app will most likely trump users' concerns about privacy.

Facebook Dating also allows users to share Facebook and Instagram stories and add Instagram posts to their dating profiles. After the Cambridge Analytica scandal , Facebook users might be understandably wary of sharing personal information in the Facebook app — especially particularly sensitive information that you might share in the course of getting to know someone.

But given how many of us use Facebook, the convenience of an embedded dating app will most likely trump users' concerns about privacy. We'll be watching this closely! We asked a range of people to tell us about their experiences with online dating, including how long they've been on the app, their successes, their challenges, and which app worked for them. Verdict: "I think they are actually a brilliant way to meet and connect with people you wouldn't usually.

It's great to keep chatting on the app [or site] until you're sure of a connection and then you can transfer to [phone] and then in person. Recommendations: "I find Tinder is the easiest site to use but you do have to dig further to find quality. I have also had success with Bumble and Happn. When I started online dating I used RSVP and found it good at the time, but Tinder just made it all so much easier and faster — which has good and bad points.

At least 20 friendships and relationships over the past decade. She still keeps in contact with many of them. Ask the right questions to establish someone's identity — where they work and what suburb they live in, for example. Cons: There are a lot of in-app purchase reminders and whilst it is free, the app is very much geared towards you paying to fully enjoy it.

OkCupid is well-designed and pretty fun to use. You will also answer a questionnaire far less tedious than other dating apps. Have you ever been hanging out in a bar and wondered if any of the hotties around you may be single and ready mingle? The app allows you to fill out your own highly detailed personality profile, which is a pretty fun process. It's most definitely targeted at a crowd who are looking for long-term relationships and not so much for casual hookups.

Pros: The site gives you the results of your personality quiz which are so much fun to look at and the profile setup surveys a wide range of questions, not just your basics, which means its far more comprehensive than most other dating apps out there.

The app is also targeted for a more older crowd, which depending on who you are, can be a good or bad thing. It works in a similar way to tinder whereby you swipe through photos and decide if someone takes your fancy. The benefit of Zoosk is that it's easy. You don't need to fill out a long questionnaire because the app takes your information from your other social media accounts online and integrates it into your account for you.

Pros: It has photo verification, its gay, lesbian and queer-friendly and very easy to use. Cons: You can only get messages from people who are paid members, which is a pretty big con. There is also no option to match with both men and women during setup, however bisexual users can reach out to customer service to set up a free second account.

Plenty of Fish started as an online dating site back in and has since got itself an easy to use app. This dating app is more popular over in the UK, but plenty of people use it in Australia. The dating app is also geared towards people who are looking for long-term relationships and uses an algorithm to match you with the person that is most suited to your romantic interests.

It also pulls an older crowd, which depending on who you are and who you want to date, can be a pro or a con.

Australia is full of singles if you know where to look and the online dating world is one of the most popular solutions for many of us. With a steady upwards trend in new members and an estimated 4. But, which platform should you choose? Our editorial team selected the online dating sites on this list based on customer reviews, the number of annual Aussie sign-ups and hands-on use.

Altogether we compared 24 popular online dating platforms in Australia. We then chose the categories based on popular consumer interest, examined hundreds of customer reviews and trialled the services ourselves to identify which sites best fit the criteria of each category.

We only chose dating sites that were available on the Internet. We ruled out any that were app-only. With over 1. The sign-up process includes an in-depth questionnaire surrounding your idealisms, nature and personality in order to match members based on compatibility rather than a similarity of interests.

And, it's this unique approach to compatibility that has made eHarmony a popular online dating solution all over the world. Plus, the lengthy new member sign-up is likely to put off scam artists and those looking for a short fling, making it more appealing to people who are actually looking for love. It's free to sign up and start reviewing the profiles of potential matches, but if you want to view profile pictures and upload your own, you'll need to sign up for a paid membership.

And, at eHarmony there are three sliding-tier, length-based paid subscriptions to choose from. The only downside to this is that when signing up for a time-based membership, you'll be tied into your contract for the agreed duration.

So, even if you find love within a month of signing up for a month period, you'll need to continue paying for the service for the remaining 11 months regardless. RSVP is an extremely popular online dating provider in Australia and has new members signing up to use its matchmaking services every single day. More importantly, it's completely free to sign up and browse your potential matches instantly. However, if you want to initiate conversations with fellow members, you'll need to opt for a paid membership instead.

If you're happy to sit back, allow your potential matches to initiate conversations with you and take advantage of this free online dating service, you'll be very happy at RSVP. But, this site specialises in helping you find a serious and committed match.

So, if casual hook-ups are more what you're looking for, consider an alternative provider. If you're considering a paid membership, the pricing plans at RSVP are comparably affordable to other sites too. And, with four payment plans to choose from, you have the freedom to tailor yours to your preferred contractual length and budget as well. Again, the downside to this is that if you commit to a lengthier membership term, you'll be tied into paying the monthly membership fees for the entire duration.

PinkCupid is a site that specialises in lesbian matchmaking. Whether you're looking for friendship or something deeper, this site can help you meet compatible matches that are searching for that same connection. And, with more than 40, Australian members already signed up to this online dating site, there are plenty of single ladies to peruse at PinkCupid.

The main downside to this service is that free members aren't able to use the messaging service. To access this premium feature, you'll need to sign up to one of the paid subscriptions. But, with two different tiers to choose from and three plans within each tier, it's easy to tailor a premium subscription to your budget and preferred contract length.

As with the majority of dating providers, when signing up for an agreed duration, you'll be tied into the monthly payments until the end of that period.

Whether you're looking for love or just to make new friends, PinkCupid can help you connect with others from Australia's lesbian community. com is one of the longest-standing online dating services and was launched back in April It operates in 24 different countries, helping more than 9.

The platform is really easy to use and all messaging between potential matches remains anonymous until the member chooses to share their name and any other personal information.

On top of that, Match. com is so convinced it can help you find the perfect match that it offers a best-value six-month subscription membership that comes with a guarantee. If you don't find yours within the initial six-month period, you'll get an additional six months free of charge. There's also a "deal breaker" tag that allows you to state anything that would mean a potential match is a definite no-no — this could be anything from not following a religion to disliking dogs, children and beyond.

This is great because by the time you're in your 50s, you know what matters when it comes to your personal time. At Match. com, you'll have four different subscriptions to choose from.

The "best value subscription" comes complete with the Match. com guarantee, meaning you'll get the chosen subscription term doubled for free if you don't find a match in the initial period. The downside here is that when signing up for a paid subscription, like most other dating sites, you'll be tied into paying the subscription fee for the entire duration and unfortunately, Match.

com does not offer a rolling monthly subscription service. Instead, we'd recommend taking a different approach to making new connections with teens in your area.

In general, teens are extremely social, so meeting new people shouldn't be a problem. New connections can be made at school, through hobbies, activities and days out or even through friends. By meeting people on a face-to-face basis, you'll be better positioned to recognise whether there's any initial chemistry that could develop into something more while shielding yourself against the threat of online predators too. And, if you're not the atypical social teen, don't give up.

Your perfect match could be waiting right around the corner. From a trip to the cinema with your friends to a walk in the park or even a study session at the library, day-to-day life presents many opportunities for teenagers to meet new people and potentially make lasting connections.

EliteSingles is one of the most popular platforms for educated singles looking to meet a like-minded partner. With more than 13 million members worldwide, EliteSingles is a go-to globally and its in-depth sign-up process minimises the risk of time wasters and scam artists.

All new members have to complete a lengthy personality test to ensure you get matched to partners who share your values and interests. Questions are to be answered on a sliding scale from one to seven with one being not important and seven being extremely important. The process allows you to be completely honest about what you're looking for without potential partners being able to see any of your specific preferences. You can be as shallow as you like because, when push comes to shove, you know exactly what type of partner you want to live out the rest of your life with.

It's also free to sign up and you can enjoy the online dating services free of charge for an entire month. Should you wish to continue your subscription after, there are three options to choose from too. The downside here is that a monthly subscription is quite pricey and you'll be tied in for the entire duration of your chosen subscription length.

While the pricing can be off-putting, you can at least be sure that the members subscribed to EliteSingles are genuinely interested in finding their perfect match, which is a massive pro in our books.

We then researched the services of each site, eliminating any that only offered app-based online dating services. Of the rest, we read through hundreds of reviews on Trustpilot, Amazon and on their own websites to identify which succeeded in each category the best. We looked into each provider's claimed number of Australian subscribers to find which were the most popular and thus offered the most capacity for a successful match.

This left us with just nine contenders. We then took the time to sign up to each of the remaining, non-app based services to see what the subscription process entailed, allowing us to match just one to the general demands of each of our popular consumer categories.

As a result, we ended up with what we believe are the best websites for dating online, based on the categories set. We value our editorial independence, basing our comparison results, content and reviews on objective analysis without bias. However, Finder may receive compensation when you click some links on our website.

Learn more about how we make money from our partners. Below are a few ideas to help you break the ice when you come across a profile that piques your interest:. When it comes to online dating, there are a number of risks attached. That said, there are plenty of steps you can take to ensure that you protect your identity during the matching process and once you've found a match you'd like to meet in person too.

Check out our advice for staying safe when dating online below:. Each dating site and app works slightly differently. We looked at four of the most popular ones and how they let you match with other users. Enjoy endless swiping on Tinder with its easy, no-fuss system. You'll be shown a feed of profiles where you can choose to either swipe left not interested or right interested on potential partners.

If someone has swiped right on you in return, then you'll be matched with them and you'll be able to start talking. Here you can choose to start the conversation or let them kick things off.

You do have to pay to see who has already liked you if you haven't yet matched. However, you are able to see who has "super liked" you, which means that that person is really interested in getting to know you. This is where the ladies make the first move. Similar to Tinder, you're shown a feed of individuals who you can swipe left or right on. If they've swiped right on you too, then the two of you will match.

On this app, women have to make the first move, otherwise the match will expire after 24 hours. A feature called "The Beeline" has also been added, where you can see how many people have already liked you and when you've missed a potential match. However, you'll need to pay to upgrade to use this feature. Things work a little differently on RSVP. You have the option to send a wink, which shows the receiver that you're interested, or you can start a conversation.

In order to message someone first, you have to purchase an RSVP Stamp, which gives you 60 days of unlimited chatting with that person. It's free to reply to someone who has messaged you first. To find matches, you can scroll through the home page, or search through the customisable filters.

This dating app allows you to like a limited number of people per day from a feed of profiles. You can also see who has already liked you in a separate tab. In order to like someone, you can choose to "heart" one of their photos or their answer to a question on their profile.

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