ORLANDO, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) — E-harmony has an estimated seven million unique visitors every month. Match.com has an estimated 35 million. Traditional dating websites do not work for everybody. Thankfully there are now a lot of dating apps that can connect you with potential partners in some unusual ways.
Online dating has provided us with a way to meet people without ever leaving the house.
“Convenience, you can do it from the living room, you don’t have to go to the bar scene,” said Deborah Day, a licensed counselor from Clearwater, Florida.
And now there are dating apps for almost everybody. The app hater matches you with people based on mutual dislikes.
Bumble and coffee meets bagel put women in control, giving them the responsibility to reach out to men who have expressed interest.
The app Huggle will connect you with people who frequent the same places you like to go.
Or try the widely popular app tinder, which matches you with people based on proximity and appearance.
According to a recent survey, over 44 percent of women and 38 percent of men are looking for serious, long-term relationships when using a dating service.
By the way, the apps High There and My 420 mate even match people with others who also enjoy recreational marijuana. Their mission is to connect members of the cannabis community in a judgement-free environment. Imagine that!
Contributors to this news report include: Hayley Hudson, Producer; Roque Correa, Videographer and Editor.