It depends on where you’re looking, according to award-winning dating and relationship expert Katy Horwood.Speaking exclusively to uk, Katy said: “Online dating sites can be a fantastic way of connecting with other singles, a place where people can virtually connect without having to invest huge amounts of time or money trying to establish whether they might get on or not.“However, it can be a double edged sword and, whilst choice, and the abundance of it, can be a good thing when looking for a relationship, it can also be overwhelming and create a culture of always thinking there’s something better around the corner!

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These apps are all free, so according to my dating coaching client Margot, 47, don’t worry about which is the best dating app. Currently she’s on all of the four apps described below and enjoying the exchanges.

This weekend alone, Margot has three dates already scheduled. Tinder is the biggest and most popular dating app right now by a wide margin.

Ready to go mobile with the best dating app to find “The One”?

These dating apps are becoming surprisingly popular and are worth trying even if you’re dating over 40 or 50.

These days, it’s pretty hard to meet men without turning to the web.

If you’re tired of the online dating scene however, why not check out the apps?

From websites to smartphone-friendly applications, finding ‘love’ is now at your fingertips provided you have wifi connection.

Not so long ago, such platforms were reserved for those who couldn’t find a partner in ‘real’ life, but now they have become the norm.

Some singles like Tinder better because you get to the meeting faster than a lot of emailing back and forth online.

You still message through the app but often people set up dates more quickly.

The ‘attraction’ is based mostly on money and power, thus not the greatest place to look if you want a long-term meaningful relationship.