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If dating sites are new to you, it may well seem very confusing, as the dating marketplace in the UK has changed so much in recent years.
Looks like there really is no more Mr Nice Guy, as Bumble’s efforts to filter out the creeps have been rather too successful.
Bumble’s USP was that guys can express an interest but only women can start the conversation.
Great news if you have the love of your life dropped into your inbox within a day, not so great if you get seven straight days of horse-frighteners, people you work with or that cousin you don’t talk to anymore.
Out of all the quirky dating apps to have come and gone since the digital sex-plosion of the late Noughties, Tinder has managed to stick around.
Thanks to the glorious advent of dating apps, those days are long gone.
The likes of Tinder, Bumble and Grindr allow you to spiel cringeworthy one-liners wherever you please and handle the inevitable rejection from an equally remote location.
Perhaps that’s why it’s not called Tea Meets Biscuit.
Aiming to cut through the noise of endless profile-scrolling, Coffee Meets Bagel sends you just one match a day based on your preferences.
But which downloads are perfectly designed to deliver true romance and, you know, the opposite? GQ's best dating apps Instagram is a social media app for sharing photos, but unofficially it’s hotbed of lust, thirst and clandestine messaging.
When you think about it, your Insta is the perfect dating profile.
Unless you manage to match with someone who finds your endless supply of quotes hilarious.