In April 2012, Grindr announced that About.com's readers named Grindr the Best Dating App for the 2012 Readers' Choice Awards, with 74 percent of readers choosing Grindr over Are You Interested, SKOUT, Tagged, Tingle and Zoosk.
In 2011, added the Best Dating App category, and out of all the nominees, Grindr is the only exclusively gay app to be nominated – not to mention the first gay app to win the coveted title of Best Dating App.
Don’t be surprised if the person either doesn’t respond or keeps leading you on until you decide to sign up and utilize their instant chat service by becoming a member.
The suave macho man with the cheesy hilarious pick up lines, a sweet Prince Charming who is sadly misunderstood by the world or a mysterious, shy guy whom society has cast out. You have lots of time to articulate your sentences, choosing words carefully for maximum impact. After hearing far too many online dating horror stories, this single woman will continue to try her luck in bars and music venues, where I can meet disappointment face to face. Right on Plenty of Fish, a popular dating site, only to discover in that in reality he was Mr. Like any true pessimistic single woman, I would rather have my hopes immediately dashed, rather than built up over time only to be destroyed later.
This is why I understand the popularity of online dating. Your dating persona is whatever you want it to be, bold, daring, confident, charming ... I understand how convenient the world of online dating is.
The most interesting thing about this is that a good portion of these men spent a lot of time chasing the lowest common denominator in women, using their status and money as a lure to suck women in.
Then once they reach a point where THEY’VE been replaced in the cycle by the younger, hotter athletes (kind of poetic justice perhaps as I’m sure they’ve done their fair share of procuring then discarding), they want to cry woe is me in the dating world.
Do some research and start with the free dating services before committing to a paid subscription.
Some network sites make money from advertisements and member communication, while others like to inflate their member base to make it look as though users have plenty of matches to choose from.
Another theory is that dating sites want to gauge how many members are trying to collect on a 3 or 6 month guarantee.
Members have to reply back to all inquiries or else most companies will not back their site guarantee. Some have one word answers and minimal information and others have exaggerated information with lots of interesting details.
Trying to find your one true love that just so happens to also have a career in sports?