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Lox Club is a members-only dating app primarily for Jewish people, though anyone can apply

It feels like a very grown-up app-the people on it are serious about dating and it has a fun, sweet, yet no-nonsense vibe. The app’s motto is “Find your person,” so it’s a good place to start for anyone looking to go beyond the hookup world.


Match is one of the OG dating sites from the mid-aughts that made the switch to an app-style platform but retained its subscriber-only model. The benefit of a pay-to-play model is that the people who are on the app are serious about finding someone. No one’s shelling out money who doesn’t actually want to get meaningful results, you know?

It’s one of the best sites for single professionals, so there are lots of high-quality matches to be found (their words, not mine-you can’t ascribe a monetary value to a human!). You don’t need to worry about wasting your time with people who are dabbling in more casual scenarios because everyone on the app is on a mission to find love.

Lox Club

The gist? “The Lox Club is like a deli; it’s culturally Jewish, but you don’t have to be Jewish to enjoy it.” I’m not Jewish and I was accepted back when I was single and mingling. It’s primarily based in the states, but is available everywhere, so members can see compatible matches from cities all over the world-perfect if you’re looking for a way to get an EU passport. (Wink, wink!)

The app specifically recruits funny, down-to-earth, ambitious people who are looking for something realpared to other apps, it’s a pretty small pool of members to pick from, but we’re talking quality over quantity here.

OK Cupid

Similar to eharmony, (but much more affordable) OK Cupid matches users based on an extensive questionnaire and an algorithm-based matching system that links you up with compatible potential dates. Read the rest of this entry »

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