Alternative products to The League 2.0

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Tinder Gold

See who already likes you on Tinder

TechCrunch
As Rafiki once said, "It is time." Tinder Gold, the dating app's new premium subscription tier (which includes a feature that lets you see who's already liked you without any swiping) is finally rolling out to the U.S. Tinder Gold and Likes You were originally tested in Argentina, Australia, Canada and Mexico at the end of June.
The Verge
Tinder Gold, a paid tier of the dating app, is coming to the US after months of testing in limited markets including Canada, United Kingdom, Mexico, and Germany. In the US, the paid subscription will be available for select iOS users starting today.
The Verge
When Tinder released its upgraded, pay-for-perks version to iOS users, it was an immediate success. Tinder Gold shot to the number one spot in the top-grossing iOS apps within a single day; even today, more than two weeks later, it's only dropped to number two.
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Shinder

Dating app with only one man available to date, Shed Simove

Metro
it's hard enough to stand out while competing against so many other potential love rivals, let alone land a date when you've finally matched with someone. President Trump insists 'no collusion with Russia' despite Flynn's guilty plea But an entrepreneur from London has come up with the ideal solution to that problem by creating a dating app where he is the o… See more
AskMen
One man has found a novel way to increase his luck on dating apps - by inventing one and making himself the only male user. Most men having a bit of a dry spell turn to Tinder, maybe ask a mate to set them up, or just ride it out like a trooper.
The Verge
In modern dating apps, it's normal to feel like you're just another face in a sea of photos. Even if you get a match, it can be difficult to reach a date, let alone a meaningful relationship. Wouldn't it be easier if you could just cut out the competition?
mirror
It's that time of year again: a long, slow slide into Valentine's Day . For the loved-up ones among us, that means planning, lots of planning: presents, dinner out... perhaps even a ring? But for the single, it's an annual reminder that we remain alone, unloved and... let's not go on.
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Hinge

The relationship app. Rebuilt & redesigned for relationships

Hinge is a dating app for relationship seekers.

Ben Tossell- Co-Founder, Token Daily
Seems this is picking up traction in the US and is spilling over to the UK. Theres a lot more detail in it, just not enough people for me to know if it's the best. But definitely worth a look-in as its quite different to other dating apps out there
19 Alternatives to Hinge

muzmatch

Where 400 million single Muslims can meet

TechCrunch
At first glance, YC-backed Muzmatch 's dating app might look best described as a 'Tinder for Muslims'. But co-founders Shahzad Younas and Ryan Brodie are clear about what sets their target audience apart from the casual dating/hook-up crowd: a genuine intent to find a partner in order to get married.
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Appetence

The world's first 'Slow Dating App'

With the launch of Appetence, we want to offer our users a real experience within dating, recreating once again the most gratifying feeling that exist when it comes to seducing someone: the conquest.

Mashable
Speed is of the essence in our modern age of fast-swipe online dating. So much so that the process of swiping, matching, and chatting can feel like a race to to that great (or not so great, depending) finish line we call a date.
Thetimes
It is supposed to be an antidote to the Tinder culture where people are judged on their looks in seconds and rejected or asked if they are ready to get intimate there and then. The new Appetence "slow-dating" app intends to restore romance by matching users based on shared interests and requiring them to chat online for hours before they can see profile phot… See more
HelloGiggles
The speediness of online dating apps is a virtue. Or is it? You swipe left. You swipe right. Suddenly, you've amassed a bajillion matches. You start a handful of chats. And inevitably, you wonder if you'll ever find someone whom you can have a meaningful conversation with.
HuffPost UK
A new breed of dating apps wants us to slow right down and stop judging based on appearances. Unlike the voyeurism and judging-fest that is Tinder, new dating apps Jigtalk and Appetence have slowed the pace right down. These apps are based around -shock- actually getting to know the other person before you judge their appearance.
Metro
Fed up of the speedy world of swiping, typing, and ghosting once someone sends a sh*t opening line? Maybe this dating app will be more your speed. More red-headed dudes are getting laid thanks to 'the Ed Sheeran effect' Appetence is a new app that's all about 'slow dating' - which is essentially just a cool way to say 'taking it slow'.
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Meetwo

A dating app built by psychologists

Meetwo is a dating app that lets you meet your new date by taking a quiz. Take a unique personality test of 10 YES or NO funny and meaningful questions (crafted by a psychologist) and get matched with like minded individuals by passing their tests. Search for single men and women around you, filter by distance and age, and find your ideal match.

12 Alternatives to Meetwo

MTJF

Convert friendships into a relationship without the risk 😘

Do you hold back expressing your feelings for your friends due to fear of rejection? MTJF is a sure shot way of finding if your friend is interested in you too!

MTJF is a Tinder with all your friends (even if they haven't signed up on MTJF yet). With MTJF, 'Like' any friend who's contact is saved on your phone. If they 'Like' you too, its a Match!

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Coffee Meets Bagel 5.0

A more authentic dating app, now with video Q&A 💕

Coffee Meets Bagel 5.0 is a dating app that builds more authentic connections with its new video Q&A feature.

TechCrunch
Coffee Meets Bagel, the dating app that serves up a small number of targeted matches each day, has today introduced a new video feature to help users connect right on the app. "We learned that people don't really feel a connection to each other until they meet, which makes any dating app feel like a lot of work," said cofounder and COO Dawoon Kang.
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Which is the best dating app?

Neel KadiaDesign Intern @Adobe
Tinder 4.0 - Tinder, now with #TinderMoments photos
"While I've been out of the dating market for a while, Tinder was my favorite. It (seems to) have the most people and therefore largest poo… See more
Bumble - Dating, friend-finding, and career-building in one app
"Bumble is by far my favorite dating app. It's one of the only apps out there that feels fun while still maintaining a sense of safety, comp… See more
Loveflutter - Twitter for dating 💕
"Less looks, more thoughts. See Twitter timelines on profiles and swipe with more insight 👀"
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