Proximity is not overrated. Read our full review of Zoosk here. Happn matches you with people who are nearby physically. Who it's for: Bougie millennials who are career-motivated and looking for an equally ambitious partner. Founded by a clinical psychologist and marriage counsellor, eHarmony matches you up with people based on compatibility.
You can ask the common friend if you are curious about someone and receive messages only from the close match.
It also operates like a standard dating app where you either like or pass on potential matches, then begin a conversation when you both like each other. Swipe left. The premium OKC membership adds greater features like refined search tools and viewing people who liked you.
Seeming "perfect" might feel like a necessity on other apps that focus on your best qualities. And by that we mean it's free.