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Better dates come from better connections. That’s why OkCupid shows off who you really are, beyond just a photo. You should get noticed for what makes you, well, you—because you deserve what dating deserves: better.

HOW IT WORKS

Rich profiles highlight your personality and interests. Questions inform our algorithm so we get to know your deal breakers, and what you care about most. OkCupid Discovery helps you search for people who share your passions. Our one-of-a-kind messaging system lets you focus only on the connections you’re interested in, and none of the ones you’re not.

Sounds like a nice change, right?

DON’T TRUST US

“Want to have ‘hell yes’ first dates? OkCupid is the perfect wingman.” - Huffington Post
“OkCupid may be the OG of dating sites, but that doesn’t mean it’s done innovating.” - Glamour
“OkCupid is giving you a chance to really connect with someone…” - Elite Daily

UPGRADE YOUR EXPERIENCE

Though OkCupid is absolutely free to download and use, we offer an optional premium subscription that unlocks exclusive features.

• See who likes you without having to like them first
• Search with advanced filters and additional options
• Enjoy OkCupid ad-free

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

Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current 1, 3, 6, or 12 month periods.

Auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's iTunes Account Settings after purchase. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the active subscription period.

Privacy policy: https://www.okcupid.com/legal/privacy

Terms of use: https://www.okcupid.com/legal/terms

What's New

Version 10.19.1

This release fixes a crash which occurred when you visited a member's profile on iOS 10 and iOS 9 devices.

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5

67.6K Ratings

67.6K Ratings

Ok, let’s dive a little deeper.

Atom LP

OK Cupid has been around for quite a while on the internets, but when I got back into the dating scene after a pretty long time I didn’t consider it right away. But I’m glad I eventually did. Yes, it has an app and here you are deciding if you should bother with it. People tend to use Tinder these days, right? But I’m glad I downloaded OKC and reactivated my account. OKC goes beyond tinder and the like in that they have questions that assess the user’s personality and leanings (political/philosophical/religious/relational/sexual or lack thereof) and attempts to match them with similar/compatible people. Answering the questions isn’t mandatory nor intrusive, but it helps a lot (and it’s also an icebreaker of sorts). So people on OKC tend to have put more effort into their profiles and seem to be more serious about meeting someone. If you are actually interested in reading (skimming, at least) a profile before swiping right, this could be the place for you.

There are some limitations to the app but if you login on the web you can access a few more features. Without a paid account you can’t see who likes you. But if you do find someone who seems great, it’s an incentive to message them. If you both like each other then you’ll see the match. All of the dating apps have some UI quirks. OKC seems to function pretty well overall. If you’re looking to meet someone and want to get into some depth with the match, I recommend it.

Dead

Everett

This was once the best dating site around, but since it was bought by the giant Match conglomerate, they’ve gradually stripped away all the useful features. Their most recent change was removing the ability to see visitors, a change NO ONE wanted and that has been universally unpopular and agreed upon that it has finally completely ruined the site. They’ve been in a vicious circle of losing (active) users and removing features that drive more users away. What was once a great and fun site is now a featureless ghost town. Shame. RIP OkCupid.

Edit: OkCupid responds… with the same nonsense they’re selling to everyone else. It seems OkCupid has a preternatural aversion to admitting they’re wrong. They keep citing their “research” (that they won’t actually make public other than self-referencing the supposed results) but ignore the FACT that well over 90 percent of the hundreds of responses to their blog announcement of removing visitors were clearly vehemently opposed to it. Same with the reviews here. Even if they did have “research” which showed this was a good idea (which I’m dubious of – this is a site that has admired to manipulating users before as a big social experiment, they’re certainly not above lying) the fact is that research was wrong. NO ONE likes this change and they just won’t listen or even acknowledge the overwhelming majority of users who hate their recent changes. They’ll stubborn themselves to their own demise.

Developer Response

Our tests showed removing visitors boosted messaging, and we hope everyone will benefit. Read more: http://bit.ly/2vKwSnP If this was the only reason you bought A list, write to support@okcupid.com ATTN billing.

Downhill

Heads over Fails

I've been on OkCupid since 2004 and throughout that time I have made a lot of great connections been on many dates made some friends and generally have a good experience. I'm appreciative of that but it's not fair to continue pretending that this site is the same thing that it once was. Gradual changes over time we are well and good but as of late changes to the layout such as removing visitors, and recently, using your real name have made a real impact on my experience. OK Cupid used to be a fun place with some degree of anonymity and the ability to engage with people. But in an attempt to monetize and homogenize itself like many other dating sites it is lost some degree of what made it special and unique. This might be a find business model and they might think that it's fine to address criticisms on their app reviews with some kind of bored and Pat generic platitudes about how it's optimizing it's dating experience but it boils down to the fact that like the GOP this site is not for the people but with the advertisers that they wish to curry favor with. I really do hope that they can make a U-turn on some of these changes but as it is I'm going to change from an A-list user it was paying $20 a month to regular user because at this point most of the perks or gone and so is the love.

Developer Response

Thank you for your feedback and I'm sorry to hear you dislike these changes. We have been implementing a lot of change over the past months that we hope, in the long run, will benefit everyone. We are reevaluating these features based on feedback. Keep checking out the blog for the most recent update:

https://theblog.okcupid.com/

Information

Seller
OkCupid
Size
67.3 MB
Compatibility
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English
Age Rating
You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
Frequent/Intense Mature/Suggestive Themes
Copyright
© 2015 Humor Rainbow, Inc.
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. A-List Basic $19.99
  2. A-List $9.99
  3. boost $1.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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