Needless to say, they are different from social networking platforms because of the fact that they have been specifically designed for dating people.It is unlikely that you missed the ‘boy browsing’ ad of Truly Madly on TV or the Woo ad that says ‘Find magic, Find love’. I used four top dating apps over a week and based on my experience, here’s what I have to say: Truly Madly Since you have already made up your mind to date online, why not do it the most ‘fun’ way.Tinder shows you the name, age, picture and short description of people and you can swipe right to choose or left. Now, what Tinder does differently is that it offers varied options to personalise your dating experience.For example, one can just switch off the discovery of their profile and only keep chatting to the people one has liked.
The app is designed in such a way that you can only see the names of those you choose to select and for the rest, only ‘xxx’ appears instead of name.
So, finally when you log in to the app, it will provide you with people based on proximity as well as number of mutual friends in your Facebook profiles.
You can view pictures, read about their hobbies, job description, age etc and choose ‘tick’ or ‘cross’ to accept or reject.
The thought of online dating never occurred to me until I was asked to review apps in this category.
Call me old school, but the idea of meeting strangers online and discussing things with them just doesn’t click me.
You can either log in with your Facebook profile or an e-mail id.