Creating a profile, browsing singles and finding matches is free, but you’ll need to pony up a membership fee of about per month to enjoy all the benefits, like emailing members.

It also lets users hook up and Netflix accounts, which is a unique way for singles to display personality and tastes.

This all-male dating app matches guys with nearby singles, similar to Tinder, with only a photo and a brief profile.

The true intentions (“trints”), which can range from “let’s talk” to “coffee” to “romance” to “hookup,” aren’t revealed unless there is a successful match.

But singles can leave a hint if they’re feeling brave.

Users can also search by shared friends or interests, then connect via a live instant messenger chat.

claims it's lead to more relationships and marriages than any other dating site out there, which is probably true since it’s been around since 1995.

When both people like what they see, a connection is made. A little bribery can go a long way (for some people). Couples who’ve locked down a serious relationship can join the per month couples section of the site, which offers date night deals by city.

Carrot Dating doesn’t want its users to settle for their second choice. Sometimes called the “anti-Facebook,” this app encourages people to get offline and go out in the real world.

A lot of people don't have the time to endlessly search for their soul mate, which makes these websites so convenient.