Ratio of men to women on dating sites
Dating apps that aren’t free: At First Sight, Wing Ma’am, The Ice Break for Couples, I Just Made Love, and Bliss.
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It's easy to be buried just in the sheer amount of people on there swiping and matching. Leaving only 40 percent of users as male, that's some competition if you're a woman seeking men.
Like I said with Tinder though, it's just an excuse to get messaging.
To me, this sounds like another reason why women should be bold and send out more messages. You can check out the whole list below, just in case you want to increase your odds: Match had the highest percentage of women, with 60 percent of their two million users being female.We’re happy to say 66 of the 71 apps featured here are free, so you can literally take your pick if you’re looking to save that money for the actual date.