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Once you “Score” with someone, your profile picture will be unlocked; the more you score, the more your profile will open up to your pursuer.But let’s backtrack: To score, you can choose a specific category and start answering questions with someone whose profile you scrolled through.Founder Dan Ilani told am New York that with the influx of Tinder-esque dating apps popping up in the marketplace, there’s been a reduction of quality matches.“What I realized was missing from the experience that I was having was not just finding people with shared interests, but really people with a shared mindset,” Ilani said.Definitely try this if you have a sense of humor, or really find a love of bacon one of the top traits you seek in a woman.Score Score goes beyond the shallowness of photos and half-assed bios.Once you download the free app (it's only available for six months), you’re asked to specify your bacon preferences in a customizable profile, upload photos, and begin swiping through pictures of other people with a penchant for pork.You can message women you find “sizzl-ing” and meet up using the mutual-matching platform.
This may seem a bit demoralizing for you, but if you’re really looking to use an app to meet a potential partner, The Grade is worth a shot.
The Grade The Grade is the free, “female-friendly” response to Tinder’s domino-esque flops—namely women not responding to men. To be exact, it was designed “for the most desirable singles and aims to create a community of desirable, responsive, and articulate singles by expelling ‘failing’ users.” The Grade uses an “objective” algorithm to expel low-quality members they deem hostile, offensive, and undesirable.
Your behavior is graded on profile popularity (based on if you have compelling content, interesting photos, and how often your profile is “liked”), responsiveness (how often you respond and get a response back), and message quality (spelling mistakes, use of slang, inappropriate words); together these cumulative assigned letter grades are slapped on your profile, so women can see if you’re an A or less than.
Bumble Bumble is like Tinder—only it’s designed to navigate around the common harassment-like annoyances from men and silence from women that plague the popular dating app.
The whole point is to make connections and meet new people, after all.
What's love—or Tinder, for that matter—got to do with it?