Unlike some dating sites, Plenty of Fish is free to use, meaning people don't have to part with any money to start finding their matches.
Today the dating site is available in five different languages and reportedly gains an impressive 55,000 new sign-ups a day.
The site claims an impressive three million users are active daily and boasts that you know at least one person who found someone on POF.
As of now, the price ranges are a month, .75 a month for four months, or a month for eight months, but keep an eye out because that can (and probably will) change. Well, the site has four stars on Google Play and three and a half on i Tunes, but it’s also been called some not-so-nice names — including “the Walmart of the dating world” and “the trailer park of the online dating world.” Because it’s basically 100% free, anyone and everyone can join, which makes it hard to sort through people who are serious about finding a date or partner and those who aren’t or who are fake.
You’re also going to have more competition because of the site’s sheer size.
Other regions impacted include Europe, parts of North and South America and Australia, according to Down Detector.
"@Plenty Of Fish is there problems with plenty of fish as its logged me out and i cant log in? "@Plenty Of Fish can’t log into my account even though I reset my password many times HELPPPP," shared another.
As with any dating (FREE especially), you need to understand how to navigate the waters… This site sends me all the wrong kind of users as matches that think I would like.
I would say give this site a month, at least.” But here’s what another user named Issac H. This site is not worth your time.” Plenty of Fish isn’t a bad dating site, but we’d recommend using it in addition to a couple of others.
If we’re talking about POF user reviews, they’re all over the place.
For instance, we checked out people’s thoughts on Site Jabber, and here’s what one user Brielle G.
Plenty of Fish Reviews | 5 Other Options Markus Frind, who got his degree in Computer Systems Technology from the British Columbia Institute of Technology, created Plenty of Fish in 2003.