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First of all, I’d love to say that I really enjoy this app. So far, I had met more than a few people that I can connect with. Also, I love the Carousel feature (which does not determine compatibility), as well as Super Send, which is quite effective when trying to initiate a conversation with people. Why not five stars you say? Well, have a seat and listen well kiddos. I had encountered quite a few fake profiles. It’s not obvious for many people, until a shady action occurs, such as immediate offers of a persons number or email without even requesting that information. Developers, I hope you are monitoring these fake profiles because it gives a member like me second thoughts about this app. I feel very discouraged when a 🤖 responds to my Super Send message, only to be discouraged more when that person does not respond in a week or more. In addition, I feel like there should be a feature that notifies the person that made a connection with me to either continue pursuing me, or not. Kind of like a “Do you still like him? Yes or no?” follow-up for more than, oh say, three to five days. I understand people are busy with their everyday lives, but it would be nice to be reminded that there is someone who can connect with that person, instead of just “viewing” each other. Let’s hope that there are more improvements for this app 👍
Hi everyone, I met my husband here in zoosk 8 years ago in 2011, we got married in 2017. I was happy to have found zoosk site, I signed up for only one month as I were very skeptical of finding true love. When I met my husband he too was about to expired but an good angel brought us together, on our last week before expiration, I began looking through some profiles when I came across my husband profile pictures and I think he was such a handsome guy so I send him a message that says “ nice profile good luck “ and he wrote back “thank you, nice profile too” and from there we were texting back and forth and he was so funny he would make me laugh so bad. Until a week before Christmas Eve we decided to meet up. We decided to meet up at a TGI Friday which was close to me but on that day he went to the wrong TGI Friday I waited then I called, he said he was at TGI I say no I’m, it turns out he was at another, I told him probably this wasn’t meant to be but he said “no stay right there I’ll be there in 10 mins and he was. We spend 30 mins getting to know each other then before he go he offered to gave me a kiss, the kiss was hershy kiss in silver wrapper then we parted I was so happy. Our first date was on Christmas Eve and we had such a good time. Thank you Zoosk!!
What percentage of users are paying customers? I’m going to be generous and guess 5%. Unlike some other dating sites, this one doesn’t allow ANY direct contact unless BOTH interested parties are paying members. It would be one thing if you had to pay membership dues and buy tokens to send a message to someone whose profile you like. It’s quite another to insist the recipient ALSO pay for their membership (just to receive it). For non paying members you can look and like them, but without both of you paying, there’s no means of finding out who they are. Here’s the thing. The site is rife with advertisements so you know the developers are making money from ad revenue. Why isn’t that enough? They have the most ads I’ve seen AND still do not allow chatting like the better sites (Hinge, OK Cupid, Bumble; who have less ads). The site interface is confusing, the carousel feature only shows photos (so you don’t know anything about the user except their appearance). There’s no means of skipping a profile for later (you have to ether like it or discard it) and it constantly tries to coax the user into paying AND buying some virtual currency to purchase privileges. It’s pointless. Try one of the others. They’ve wisely switched to ads as their revenue stream.
This app is the internet equivalent of finding a floating fly in your latte. The carousel feature just sends you pictures where you have to make a split decision of yes no or maybe based on someone’s looks. You get a whopping zip as to interests or intellectual acumen. And, you cannot ignore the person and move onto the next. There is no way to search for someone based on their zoosk name. Equally awful is the encouragement of sending a heart or smile emoji. How on earth is that a message? Are we 12 years old? I’ve met a few people on the site who told me they figured out emojis or a short message were not sent by them but receive other people. The only good thing I can say about the app is that if you’re busy, it’s at least sticking your toe in the water to start going out on a few dates. And that being said, you need to meet the person right away the longer the texts drag out, the less likely you are to meet or the less likely the burger at the window looks anything like the burger on the display poster. Because of the awful carousel, inability to search people by name, I’d rate this app with zero stars if I could. I almost forgot the absurd coin options to hide your profile, see if a message was read and send a gift... zoosk should be renamed the internet dating site for socially awkward people who never matured past 12 years old....
This app is less interested in you meeting people to date and MORE interested in luring you into purchasing a membership (that many complain is difficult to cancel or stop the automatic subscription) then charging you to message anyone you might want to get to know! I did read warnings and reviews on the internet prior to using the app. I really thought about how the app developers make money and hoped others experiences wouldn’t be my experience. I was mistaken. I’m convinced that meeting people the old fashioned way is far cheaper and less frustrating. The app is not “user friendly.” You can message people after paying for message package and the app doesn’t allow you to see the messages of all members whether they have a paid membership or are on a free trial. The app uses internal data to prevent you from making contact with an intended. They dangle a carrot in front of you then they want you to pay for tokens, message packages and Zoosk emojis to “try” to get in touch with someone’s profile. I’ll allow my current membership to expire and my message package and will not be using this app again. Thanks to all the other people who wrote a review and expressed their disdain for the app. Beware of using this Zoosk app is all I can say. Anything that sounds too good to be true is in this case!!!
Developed by Zoosk, Inc..
Zoosk: Find Your Next Romance is ranking in Social Networking & Lifestyle
Last update was at Dec 27, 2019and the current version is 8.20.6.
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Zoosk: Find Your Next Romance have a 67 731a user reviews.
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