When it comes to dating, it can be challenging at any age!When you add in the complexities of online dating, a lot of women say they have problems weeding out the good guys from the bad.Young adults, ages 18 to 24, traditionally haven’t been big online daters.They haven’t had much of a need because they are typically surrounded by other young, single people, whether at work or school, said Aaron Smith, associate research director with the Pew Research Center.Selfies are good, selfies are great, and they're the best way to promote self-love in an angry troll-happy cyberverse. But being ultra-specific about what you like and don't like in a person can cut off a potential pool of interested people from swiping right if they feel like they don't fit the bill.It's better to come into dating with an open mind and allow yourself to be surprised.Thanks for all the great angles of your designer sunnies..we can't see your face.
Inside you may find your perfect date, great friends or even your soulmate.
As Business Insider's resident 23-year-old, I was obliged to poke around and try out some of the most popular dating apps.
For this story, I compared Ok Cupid, Tinder, JSwipe, Hinge, and Bumble — and I was surprised by the app that ultimately became my favorite.
Swipe right on a profile picture to approve and swipe left to reject.
No awkward messages to each other unless both say yes.
It asks you a mix of open-ended and multiple choice questions about your personality, likes, and dislikes from “What do you spend a lot of time thinking about?