You don't want to waste your time gadding about, flitting from app to app like a crazed bumblebee without getting any results.
The results you crave likely vary, depending on who you are.
Call it a “college town” all you want, Columbus is actually the largest city in America’s seventh-largest state, and it boasts just over four bars per every thousand people.
Not three, not five, not a swipe-all-day-erry-day situation. Tinder, like it or hate it, isn't going anywhere any time soon.
For the purposes of this piece, I'm sticking close to apps that I know are effective, either from personal experience, second-hand experience or high ratings in general.
I know one couple — in fact, I was just with them last night at a Julia Holter concert — that met on Coffee Meets Bagel.
Not a money-back guarantee, exactly, but an incentive to roll up your sleeves and join if marriage or an LTR is what you're after. But Jaumo is, in fact, the highest-rated dating app, according to Applause, an app-quality company.
Bumble has really taken the dating game by storm of late. The popular app allows you to "share your moments," which will appeal to those who are Snapchat-obsessed, and promises to simplify "flirting and looking for a partner," which can be one and the same on this app.