It's free to create a profile and start looking for love, and there are apps for i OS and Android.
It also has thought-provoking data regarding "Race and attraction" collected from its daters over the years.
RSVP claims one out of every three Australians on its site end up in a long-term relationship, and one in five get married or settle down.
e Harmony: Fill out an in-depth relationship questionnaire so you can be matched with compatible singles based 29 unique dimensions of compatibility.
There are over 3 million active users on the site and you can use their Chemistry Predictor to be matched with other singles who you are the most likely to get along with.There is a free version with limited capabilities for connecting with matches and paid versions . There are limits on swiping and rewinding to keep it genuine, unless you pay for Tinder Plus, where you can "like" to the limit.Since its Australian launch in 2007, 2.6 million people have registered with the site and there have been over 11,000 marriages to date . Grindr: This phone app for gay and bisexual men is free and shows the location of the nearest possible dates or hook-ups on a map.You tap on photos to see the user's profile, chat and send photos.There is also Blendr, for people of various sexual orientations or those seeking non-sexual friendships.Search online for "Dating and relationships Meetups", then key in your state and home town to find a group of singles who like going out.