There is also a more even split in demographics compared to newer sites, with 48 per cent of users being aged between 26 and 40, and 34 per cent aged between 41 and 60.
From Mars Dear Mars, While online dating has become an incredibly convoluted affair, with more apps and sites around than you could ever sign up to all at once, the good news is that it's more in the mainstream than ever.
Let's start with some of the biggest participants in the online dating market: RSVP is one of the oldest and most well-known online dating sites around, and despite the rise of new services like Tinder, RSVP still retains an Australian user base of around 2 million.
Coffee Meets Bagel gives users just a single match per day, facilitating more meaningful connections rather than the dime a dozen approach of Tinder.
Unfortunately, like Hinge, the user base isn't anywhere near as big.
This will allow you to determine what you are and aren’t looking for in a partner.
What’s particularly testing is the Dating Deal Breakers section.
Naturally, you can widen your search to include all of Australia.
However, in order to get the best “matches”, you should fill out the questionnaire that they provide.
Dear Lifehacker, I've been looking at getting back into the dating game, but trying to figure out what service is going to be best for me is proving to be really difficult. A 2014 CHOICE review looked into some of Australia's most popular dating sites, looking at price, demographics and Australian usership.
It's just a matter of finding out what site or app is going to serve you best.
Most online dating services are free at least to try, so there's no harm in jumping into the few that seem the most compelling to you and giving them a go yourself.