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OkCupid is the only FREE dating app that knows you’re more substance than just selfie. That’s why over 40,000,000 people have used OkCupid to find better dates.
There are two kinds of dating apps: theirs and ours. We go below the surface to highlight your individuality and help you connect with people on a deeper level. Sounds like a nice change, right?
HOW IT WORKS
We ask you questions to get to know who you really are. The better we understand you, the better we can match you with people you’ll click with.
Your profile lets your individuality shine through. Whether you’re a dog lover, foodie, or zen master (or all three!), here’s where you can show it off.
DoubleTake combines the ease of the swipe with the essential depth a rich profile provides. In DoubleTake, you learn more about potential matches right from the start.
When you see someone you like, send them a message! It’s always free to message, and there’s no worrying about who has to message whom first.
Go on dates! Whether you’re looking for the one (or not), OkCupid helps you find more authentic connections along the way.
UPGRADE TO A-LIST
Joining A-List opens up a ton of awesome features to enhance your experience.
• See who likes you
• Enjoy advanced search options and filters
• See if your messages were read
• Change your username
• Store more messages
1 month packages start at $9.99
3 month packages start at $23.99
6 month packages start at $29.99
12 month packages start at $39.99
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What's New in Version 9.3.0
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This week, we’ve added a profile message preview as well as indicators throughout the app that show if someone has messaged you.
Newer *no visitors* version is terrible
I think the app developers underestimate the usefulness of the visitor feature. In real life, I could smile or look over at a man that I am interested. On here, "visiting" a guy's profile was a way of doing that. "Like" and "Mutual Like" don't seem to have the same effect. The visitor feature was part of the subtle chase that's part of flirting and dating. I know I'm no 20-something year old girl, but I was used to getting messages quite often, by men who were genuinely interested in dating me. Now, it's a rare occasion if I get a message. I have even gone as far as to follow the suggestions that OKC recommends, like being the one to message first, etc, and have noticed no difference when I do or don't. This change has been a massive miscalculation, IMHO, and I will likely disable my account. And hope for the best with another app.
UPDATE: App developer's response to trying liking more: I have done. Many more than previously. It's clearly not the same, and by the looks of other recent reviews, it appears I'm not alone on this one. Even Mutual Likes or matches, when we both know we liked each other has not led to any improvements in matches that lead to messages. Fewer messages = fewer IRL connections. Keep telling yourselves that Visitors didn't work, despite the feedback you're getting.
No more visitors list???
As a guy, I can't see any reason to log in anymore as the list of women who visited my profile was the main indicator I used in deciding who to message.
UPDATE: I received a canned "developer response" that gave some nonsensical and convoluted reasoning that described removal of the visitors list as a new free feature. Note to developers: My review did not mention "A List" and invisible browsing was already a free feature which I did not choose to use. I relied on "visible" browsing and the visitors list to determine which profiles to visit and possibly message. With both of those previously free features gone, I no longer use the app/site since I long ago stopped browsing profiles and messaging random women because it proved to be a waste of my time. The only message responses and dates that I ever got were the result of the now-discontinued visitors list and "mutual likes."
UPDATE 2: Received another developer response stating that their data shows that removing the visitors list is better and results in more messages. Anecdotally speaking, this has not been the case for me and my review/rating stands. I will add that I live in a smaller city that has very few attractive women using OKC, but that has always been an issue.
Match owns Okcupid and tinder
Okcupid just got rid of visitors. They've gotten rid of the personality tests, a lot of the questions, keyword search, references, winks, and a bunch of other features that made it fun.
They claim they are making Okcupid different than the other dating apps, but the main page of the app is exactly like tinder with the swiping nonsense. They're making all of their dating services the same and making the incentives to pay a monthly fee more and more like the old features that used to be free. I'll bet that in a few months A-lost users will get to see their visitors again. My visitors was the only reason to use the Okcupid app. What am I going to do, log in a few times a day to see all the messages I get from babes? Not likely. They've just removed the only reason to open the app. So now it just sits there.
Edit: You are tripping if you think I would pay for A-list. Just keep taking away features while telling us you're making it better. I remember when OkC was fun and cool and original. Not a tinder wannabe.
- Category: Social Networking
- Updated: Sep 05, 2017
- Version: 9.3.0
- Size: 50.8 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: OkCupid
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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