Dating Apps for Women – a safe bet?
Dating apps are a great way to make meaningful connections but security issues and weak privacy keeps people, especially women, off them. Some apps claim they are targeted at women to find the right match by putting them in charge of conversations.
This dating app ask thousands of questions and lets you mark how important each one is to you before finding a match. When you find the right match, rather than a random message, you can actually start chatting about common interests.
This app shows your profile to the other person only when you want, even if you have started chatting. Apt for people who look at dating sites for meaningful connections over random search and swipe options.
A match-making app that keeps the user information of women secret. They can contact their match directly from the app by calling and their number remain a secret. This app also keeps your name, number and location a secret till you want to otherwise.
It shows you matches based on your ‘likes’ and you can anonymously ‘like’ or ‘dislike’ the profile without revealing your identity.
In Bumble, a women makes the first move. The app says it has reversed the dating game by allowing women to decide if they want to initiate a conversation. The connections are not limited to dating alone and you can also make friends and build your circle if you’re in a new city.
This app actually goes an extra mile in profile verification by rating your higher if you verify your Facebook, LinkedIn, phone number and your photo identity – thus removing chances of a fake profiles. Second biggest draw is that it does not allow any photo to be downloaded or a screenshot to be taken.