Tinder doesn’t take much to find you a match, as all you need to do is create a rather simple profile and it does the rest of the work for you- now you just need to swipe left or right. Tinder has a TON of users, and there’s bound to be plenty of stinkers out there, and you will have to swipe quite a lot to find a match.
If they like you back, you’re able to chat with them and set up a date or time to shag, whichever you choose.
If you’re not interested, that’s okay - tomorrow you’ll get another bagel, curated just for you!
If you want a long term relationship, use CMB because it recommends people to date based on people you’re friends with and actually enjoy being around - what more could you want in a serious relationship?
You’d consider dating someone a friend recommends, right?
Coffee Meets Bagel does the same thing, only it does it once every day.
If you want to date someone officially, Tinder isn’t the app you’re looking for; that would be Coffee Meets Bagel - Tinder is meant for those looking to have a casual relationship with someone they’d rather not take home to mom, so make sure you get that straight.
There are too many dating apps out there too count, and a lot of them do the same thing, blatantly copying each other.
You basically send out a signal that you want to go to bangville, pronto, and get to choose who you go to bangville with (among the people who want to go to bangville with you). The awesome part about Pure is that it doesn’t want anyone else to know about who you’re hooking up with; Pure encrypts every message you send in-app, son! Even your failed attempts to hookup are hush-hush: if no one responds to your post after sixty minutes, the post is deleted forever, like nothing ever happened. It’s an app that knows you hate strangers, so it recommends you date people who are friends of people you know - specifically, your Facebook friends.
Finding random strangers to date on other apps or sites can be intimidating and just horrible experiences in general, and CMB wants to solve that problem.
There’s a plethora of dating apps out there, and they all try to differentiate themselves from each other, and some manage to do that, but when it comes down to it, they all do the same thing: replicate the already terrible process of finding a date in real life.