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While browsing through the potential matches in my feed, I didn't get the vibe that people were 100% ready to settle down — which is fine if you feel the same way, but worrisome if you're past that phase.Some people seem to be using Ok Cupid like Tinder and were only visiting, while most will specify exactly what they're looking for in their bios, so confusion about intentions should be minimal.(No, Karen, it is not Ok Cupid's fault that John ghosted you.) Dead profiles, catfishing, and getting abruptly suspended is annoying.Ok Cupid has its fair share of each, but unfortunately, it's nearly impossible to guarantee that a site is completely free of flaws.POF is super into the chemistry stuff and their questionnaires are intense, so if you're looking for something serious and aren't trying to pay a lot, it's a great alternative to eharmony.Zoosk is unique in that it uses behavioral matchmaking, which basically suggests matches for you based on your on-site behavior, and I do have to commend them for that.
You can find commitment but still feel hip and have fun.
When it comes to more traditional sites, Ok Cupid's obvious competitors are eharmony, Zoosk, and Plenty of Fish.
Match has the size advantage by far and though Ok Cupid will always be #1 in my heart, Match is a close second.
When it comes to swiping apps, Tinder, Bumble, and Hinge are the obvious top three competitors.
None of them to be known as as hookup app, and it's definitely possible to find a long-term relationship on any of them, but Tinder and Bumble provide so little information that user intentions are easy to surmise.