You "favorite" each other the way you add items to your Amazon Wish List or Pin recipes you want to try later, then you schedule an in-person interview during which you'll have all manners of nonversation while in your head furiously trying to calculate whether or not this person should advance to the next round.It is strategic and calculated and the absolute antithesis of romantic. We're all looking for certain things, physical attraction often being the most immediate.Launched in 2004, OKCupid works with many populations of people.
It launched in 1995 and is now available in 24 different countries.
Members set up a profile, upload photos and can then search through profiles to find a good match. It uses a compatibility matching system to link up people with complementary personalities and lifestyles and has worked with millions of users over the past 15 years.
That's not the experience you get from online dating. You have an idea of the basic make and model you have in mind.
Sure, you might have a whole list of specifications and options you would to have, but you also understand that finding that perfect ONE is probably all but impossible, so you're already going into it with the idea that you'll probably have to settle.
The free platform allows users to connect with new people based on mutual friends and interests.