Match.com - #1 Dating Site
By Match.com, L.L.C.
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*REQUIRES A PAID SUBSCRIPTION TO ACCESS THE APP*
Match.com is the #1 dating site with MORE DATES & RELATIONSHIPS than any other site. App requires a Match.com paid subscription to log in.
Paid subscribers can use the app to:
• Send and receive emails
• View member profiles
• Receive Daily Matches
• See who’s viewed your profile
• Show interest by sending a wink
• Update your profile & upload photos
If you’ve tried eHarmony or Plenty of Fish without success, subscribe to Match today and get the real relationship you’re looking for.
We’d love to hear your feedback about the app. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
* Screenshots below feature real members but are otherwise for illustrative purposes only.
* You must be at least 18 years old to use this app.
What's New in Version 2.3.0
+ Ready for iOS 7
+ View and add photo captions
+ Like and comment on member photos
+ See who's liked and commented on your photos
+ Added Help/FAQs
Login suspiciously inoperable.
If I could rate 0 stars I would. I am a paid subscriber but the app will not allow me to login. It keeps saying that my user name or password are incorrect, even though I'm using the very same one on my mbp.
I believe this has nothing to do with my user name or password, rather it has to do with not allowing location services, push notifications and other privacy intrusions by this company. In order to access the Help section while on my laptop, this website wants me to allow all cookies, even from 3rd parties. I am paying for this service and I have the right to refuse to be tracked by it and it's affiliates. Mandatory abrogation of my privacy should NOT be a term of service.
I am going to complain to the BBB, and the CFPB, maybe even my local prosecutor, because I believe this is an issue of downright fraud. I strongly urge the rest of you to do the same.
Send complaints to the home website.
Horrible design and glitches galore.
It's 2014. Match is operating in the distant past when it comes to design and user experience.
They intentionally make it difficult to use the site to milk customers on subscriptions. The site features are extremely deceitful and manipulative in practice too. What sense does it make to notify someone that you LIKE THEM when you present only 2 different THUMBNAIL photos, side by side, and ask users to "choose" who they like most? In other words, thousands of people end up notified that they are "liked", but in reality it's not going anywhere. It's a joke!
And this mobile app + its ratings speaks for itself.
All you "pay" for with Match is a PAINFUL experience. Never going through this again. I'm out!
you have $ for a 5+ story building in Dallas, but no iPad app?
I think it shows that match is all about making money now because:
1. they have dropped prices monthly below eHarmony
2. will not create an iPad app
3. They have a massive 5 plus story building in one of the most expensive parts of "uptown Dallas", but apparently haven't built an IT dept yet.
4. Try to hide the fine print of auto charge after you sign up and if you cancel they bomb you with discounted return rates. Retention is an art match.