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I’ve been using different online dating apps for long time and tried allll of them literally all of them and I really don’t get it how Okc isn’t 5stars already, So it’s completely FREE there are options to purchase a boost to have your account appear more or to see who Liked you (like any other typical app) BUT in okc I had the option to send massage ANY account I would be swiping -i understand this might be a big issue for girls because they would be swamped with massages- but these massages don’t go to your inbox it actually appear by the account name when your going through the swipes and if that account didn’t swipe back I can’t go back and be this annoying person sending massages all day long talking to himself, you won’t have these people anymore ‼️The Thing that need to be fixed immediately is whenever i wanted to un-match sombody goes to same list as blocked accounts and I don’t have an option to clear a conversation or delete it Last advice: need more advertisement maybe because it’s getting dead and so much inactive profiles (which you can set-up to see recently online but need to be fixed a little bit)
It'd be nice if the filters were persistent throughout the app instead of reverting back to the defaults. Even if it shows what I’ve set the filters to, I’ll still get girls in say, San Francisco and although I’m in California too, that’s still well over say a 50 mile radius from me. Also it would make sense to have those who liked you, be removed from your likes when you find them and reject. Nice try, but only an idiot wouldn’t be able to tell from a blurry image if they’re one of the likes. Also the app keeps popping up in-app alerts that the same people have liked me. I get it, thanks, now stop reminding me a dozen times. Just seems like the app still needs quite a bit of tweaking yet the apps been in the App Store for years. It could use regular maintenance and performance improvements. Also, something seriously has to be done with the scammers that make a pretty real looking profile until they don’t answer your questions or respond directly to your replies and then you end up texting a number that’s completely wrong for the area they said they’re from. I sent my first “match” a screen shot from a website that lists the number of complaints and reports that are based off the phone number you searched, they immediately blocked me on okc and presumably my number but I blocked there’s too anyway. Basically, just add a verification process when adding photos to a profile. I think that should help quite a bit.
I was on OKC a couple of years ago and it was great. Had lots of very compatible matches and some super fun dates. My experience this time is completely different. I’ll start by saying I’m above-average attractive (some might say very attractive...not trying to brag...lol...just making a point. ), have good pics (the same type as before but updated), am fit with lots of interests, etc. The thing I liked about OKC initially is that there are tons of interesting questions for people to answer in their profile that aren’t just about personality. Get a good glimpse into what people are in to in general and how they feel about lots of topics but also their sense of humor and what they like sexually. I’ve been on the site a week or so and right now have over 1500 people who “like” me in some hidden chamber that I have to pay to see. When I go through the “chosen for you” feed 90% are people not even remotely a match for me who haven’t aren’t from this “like you” group. On the rare occasion that I find someone I decide to “like” they have not “liked” me first. This wasn’t the case before. Why didn’t I end up in their feeds? Leads me to believe OKC is just trying to force people to pay to see who likes them. I don’t mind paying for something of value but from what I’ve seen so far I can’t imagine there would be any reason to do that. There are constant pop up ads so they are already making money from my time on the site. Sadly I’m dumping OKC.
I was talking to my boyfriend of 8 months about our relationship. He was commenting on how unusual it is to find someone that is so compatible on so many levels. After remembering back to some of our previous relationships we were noticing that compatibility in only one or two areas was common, but just wasn’t enough to sustain the relationship. My boyfriend and I are two very different people—with similar world views, tastes, and ideas about what we want regarding sex and dating. We are even from two different countries and yet we somehow met each other while both living in this small suburb close to Houston. We most likely would have never crossed paths if it wasn’t for OKCupid and we certainly wouldn’t have know our compatibility rate was over 90% had I walked by him around town! I believe that we are a great pair, but I could have sadly missed out on knowing this if we hadn’t met online. We are both inherently heteroflexible and polyamorous, so we decided to stay and continue to meeting people on OkCupid; this time with our profiles linked to each other! I love this vast and varied dating platform and am glad it helped me to meet someone I am so very happy with!
I can't really blame the app for this first comment but gosh don't get on a dating app if you aren't looking to date. There is LITERALLY Tinder for that. Go there. Secondly I hate that when I paid to see the likes I got MAYBE 15 a day then magically right when I cancel my membership. I mean LITERALLY canceled it the went to the app to double check then suddenly I have "207+ likes on your profile. Join to see who." Really? In 30 seconds 207+ people liked me? This app is a lying joke and false advertising. The membership does nothing for you. If you did meet someone on here you're lucky.~~~~unfortunately the explanation didn't help because I didn't even get to see all 207+ of these people, I thought the whole point of A-list was to see everyone who likes my profile not some people. Sometimes I found people in discover that liked me not in new likes. The new likes section serves no purpose if every new like isn't in it and the section keeps track a record of all likes that I've actually seen. There definitely wasn't even 100+ in it. It was supposed to be some kind of bonus over a normal account but I didn't feel like it was worth it. Heck even when tinder says 207+ you see all 207+. I've counted before to make sure I was getting my moneys worth. 200+ meant 200+ on tinder. I think I'm going to take my chances back to that app.
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OkCupid: Online Dating App is ranking in Social Networking & Lifestyle
Last update was at Jan 21, 2020and the current version is 37.4.0.
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