Because people are linked through their professional profiles, there is a sense of security for the dating app users.
An absolutely genius concept, Alikewise pairs people up based on what books they like.
Click the "Let's Date" button and hope like hell they respond.
is a dating app that connects Linked In professionals looking for love.
Catch up with someone new for a coffee — it might be nothing more than friendly conversation or it might be something more.
There's no fuss with Ok Cupid; it gets the job done.
The dating app for travellers, Skout works in more than 100 countries.
Just search the app for nearby candidates and get chatting.
With more than 200 million people signed up to Badoo, you've got pretty decent chances of hitting it off with someone.
Plenty of Fish is one of the biggest dating sites in the world and it is in app form, too.
With over 55 million people signed up to the site, there's bound to be a love match for you there.
Much the same as Tinder, Happn connects you with people in your area, showing matches within just 250 metres from you.