To help you choose the site or app for finding your match, we ranked some of the most popular ones based on aesthetics, user friendliness and, of course, ease of discovering your next date… Jswipe (Free) This smartphone app offers its customers the most pleasing visuals, easy-to-use systems and quick matches, all for free.

Because of that, it came in at the top of our list for taking the dating game to the web.

This site made the bottom of our list because of its intense questions and niche audience.

“For many young people who are dating, the Israel question is a major issue that comes up,” reports Marc Rosenberg, Director of Pre-Aliyah Services at Nefesh B' Nefesh.

“They don't want to get too involved with someone who they find good looking, smart and funny but has never been to Israel and would never want to move there.

Sitting, talking to your date, trying to connect, but every time the topic of living in Israel comes up they get a blank look on their face.

You hope to make Aliyah one day, and they like the idea of visiting Israel, once in a while. Determined to help singles avoid these types of aggravating situations, Nefesh B' Nefesh teamed up with the Jewish dating site Saw You At Sinai and launched ‘See You In Israel’, a new website exclusively for Aliyah-minded singles.

Overall, we wouldn’t recommend spending your dollars on this service.

Saw You At Sinai (.95/month, .95/month for six months) Saw You At Sinai is about as close as you’ll get to visiting bubbe and zayde’s high-end matchmaker.

Unlike our other picks, this dating site didn’t ask us to fill out personal, in-depth questions to help find a match.

Besides asking for a location and username, JPeople Meet didn’t want to know much else about myself or my perfect date. and were disappointed to find only one person in Minneapolis on the site.

Reserved for Conservative Jews and stricter-practicing, this dating service is not real casual.