When it comes to dating apps Plenty of Fish has become a force unto itself.
POF.com is a part of the Match Group, which also owns Tinder, Match.com, OKCupid, Twoo, Meetic, and OurTime.
They are the big players in the dating game and it’s force of numbers that count. The more fish in their sea the more people are able to play.
Plenty of Fish (POF) google play and itunes
If you want to sign up to the Plenty of Fish site let’s start with the obvious places to go: Google Play for Androiad and Itunes/App Store for iOS.
After all, POF is mainly an app for your phone, tablet or Ipad.
POF describes itself as follows:
“A conversation is where it all starts. Messaging is 100% FREE! Singles have more conversations on POF than any other dating app. With us, you’re 2.7x more likely to enter a conversation in your first 24 hours! Join now, and we’ll get you talking to someone before you know it.
We also have the most FREE features to help you start dating! You might know someone who's in a relationship/dating because of a match they found on POF. It's your turn!
- Use our advanced matching algorithm for FREE
- View your matches for FREE! Sort by last online, newest users and more!
- Most importantly, send and receive unlimited messages for FREE
+ More features than we have room to tell you about!
POF allows you to view matches and communicate with them for free.
Tinder is the yardstick dating app in its area of matched dating.
Part of the reason is that it has made the matching process so much easier.
You simply upload some photos of yourself, write out a bio and a preferred age and distance radius for potential matches. The app then shows you profiles that fit your criteria and you swipe right or left on people you like the look and sound of (or don't). If you swipe right on someone and they also swipe right on you, it's a match and you can start a conversation.
It’s pretty basic. Some think Tinder puts our animal instincts back in an animal kingdom but its hard to argue with the numbers. As far back as 2015 Tinder claimed that 15% of the Australian population had joined the app.
Tinder is free but there are premium features like the ability to see who's swiped right on you which require a monthly fee.
This is a cute idea. A dating app based on what you hate rather than the opposite and its free.
As the sites’ editors notes say:
"Romantic compatibility doesn't necessarily mean liking all the same stuff—having loathings in common can be its own soulmate spark. We adore Hater because it takes a deliciously fun approach to matchmaking, connecting us with potential partners based on things we mutually despise. Messy roommates? Airplane seats? Selfie sticks? Ughhh! Nothing breaks the ice on a first date quite like a shared rant about the stuff that drives us nuts."
Hater doesn’t have the volume of traffic Tinder does but it sounds like fun and again there’s none of those complicated and impersonal questionnaires to deal with.