Whether or not you believe in fate, it can certainly feel like fate when you meet the love of your life.
If you're eager to find love, you may want to give fate a helping hand by joining an online dating site.
Ok Cupid, which was founded by four Harvard math majors, uses its own questions and those generated by members to make compatible matches based on how much users have in common.
The questions are often quirky and can be oddly revealing, like “Do you often find yourself wanting to chuck it all and go live on a sailboat? Instead, choose a site or an app based on the approach that makes the most sense to you. Shopping links are provided by e Bay Commerce Network and Amazon, which makes it easy to find the right product from a variety of online retailers.
The top performers in our review are Match, the Gold Award winner; Spark, the Silver Award winner; and Ok Cupid, the Bronze Award winner.
Here's more on choosing a dating site to meet your needs, along with detail on how we arrived at our ranking of 10 dating services.
If you don’t guess correctly, then you don’t match (because it’s not a mutual like).
Our top internet dating site, Match.com, has the combination of features and name recognition that give you a decent chance at finding love.
You can browse as much as you like before deciding if you want to pay for an account, and there are so many ways to narrow your search so that you can custom-make your own best matches.
Crush Time is purposefully game-like, which makes it interesting.
It shows you four profiles, and you have to guess which one already liked you.