Christian Mingle is a religious dating app aimed at relationship-ready single Christians who are seeking a match who shares their values.
Like the Christian Mingle site, the dating app prioritizes God-centered relationships and lets singles filter by factors such as denomination. Then odds are you've heard of Jdate, a Jewish matchmaking site that turned 20 in 2018. It’s a simple idea really, instead of listing all the things you love on your dating profile and engaging in a passionate conversation with someone who shares your joy, just talk about things you hate.
Hily is a relatively new dating app and uses technology to match users better.
The site pre-dates the rise of dating apps, but in recent years they've joined the smartphone revolution and now you can seek marriage-minded Jewish singles in the Jdate app. Hater will ask your opinion on various topics and you’ll be matched with someone who hates all the same things are you!
If music, not food, is the key to your heart then Tastebuds might be the app to find your special someone.
It also mixes in some social network elements like Clover so that you can chat in a low-pressure environment.
If you’re looking for friends there’s also a ‘concert buddy’ option.
There are so many choices nowadays that people feel paralyzed about which choice to make because, well, what if it’s wrong! You can try it out, see how you feel, and think about keeping it later.