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It examines 32 personality traits, based on an algorithm of 136 rules.
But all you have to do is sign up, take the test and start up a conversation with your matches. From £14.90/month Try now: Elite Singles from £14.90 per month How it works: Ok Cupid matches you with people in the area who share a similar personality and interests to yours. Free Lovestruck How it works: Lovestruck is aimed at working professionals who want to date but don’t have a lot of spare time to do so.
They also put on ‘Match nights’ where you can go and socialise with potential matches in real life. £12.99/six months Tastebuds How it works: If you’re looking for a partner who shares the same interests, in particular your taste in music, listen up.
Tastebuds enables you to meet and chat with compatible people who share your interests, as well as discovering new music while you socialise.
Simply pick three of your favourite artists, plus the gender you’re looking to date, and you’re away. £8 / month for new members Try now: from £8 per month How it works: Responsible for pairing up 2,000 new couples every month, Elite Singles delivers you 3-7 matches per day based on your personality, relationship preferences and location.
They also use a personality test to pair you up with the right matches, so you’ve got a good chance of finding someone you’re compatible with. £19.95/month for 12 months Parship How it works: Founded on 40 years of dating research, PARSHIP also employs a patented test known as The PARSHIP principle®.
While there is no official handbook or rule guide, most dating apps operate more or less the same way.