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One thing to note if you don't fall into the cis-hetero dating pool: While most of the apps reviewed here are inclusive, there are those that are friendlier to the LGBTQ community than others.
For example, Ok Cupid goes beyond forcing users to choose between being a male or female, including options like Hijra, genderfluid, and two-spirit.
Once you've installed these apps and signed up for the services, get ready for a barrage of notifications and email.
When it comes down to actually putting yourself out there and creating a profile, all apps ask for the basics: name, age, location, a photo, a short blurb about yourself, and (usually) if you can stand a person who smokes. Some apps, like Tinder, value photos over personality.
Others, like eharmony, make you fill out an endless questionnaire before you can even think about browsing for your match.
Still others, like Zoosk, ask so little that you're left to wonder what's being used to actually match you with like-minded singles.
If you're a man seeking a man or a woman seeking a woman, you'll want to steer clear of eharmony: It doesn't even give you the option of a same-sex match.
Once you pick that perfect selfie and write paragraphs to sell all your best attributes to your future mate, it's time to start browsing.
Sure, older folks can hang out there too, but that's not who (or what) it's built for.