Online dating apps in Australia allow you to “date from home.” Yes, you read that right. Apart from making “work from home” the new buzzword, the pandemic also forced many singles to try finding love online. About 1.7 million Australians are using online dating apps and the industry revenue is expected to reach $38 million this year.

Best Online Dating Apps in Australia

So, here are the best online dating apps to download while finding your forever in a bar seems unlikely.

1.  Bumble

Bumble is right for you if you’re someone who doesn’t mind initiating a conversation. Of course, whoever makes the first move shouldn’t be an issue, but this feature allows women to be more in control. Men can’t send women a message unless she sends a message first. The connection expires if she doesn’t start a conversation within 24 hours.

Bumble has superb safety features so you don’t have to worry about your privacy. It may have a few similarities with Tinder, but this app feels a lot less like a meat market. Most Bumble users are in the 26- to 35-year-old age bracket.

2.  Tinder

Tinder is one of the most well-known online dating apps in Australia. It was the #1 most downloaded app in Australia in 2019.

With this app, you rely on first impressions and womanly instincts when swiping left or right. Whether you’re looking for a hookup or a long-term relationship, Tinder can be a place to find both. Note, however, that users are mostly 18 to 35 years old.

3.  OkCupid

OkCupid does not have the come-hither gimmick of other dating apps like Tinder and Bumble. It may even seem like an outdated dating app. What makes it one of the best online dating apps in Australia is its data-driven matches.

During the signup process, you will need to provide enough information to get excellent match suggestions. This eliminates the need for you to manually sort through thousands of profiles. You’ll also be allowed to indicate whether you’re looking for friendships, hookups, short-term, or long-term dating. Answer as many questions about religion, politics, or astrology to find the best matches for you.

4.  Hinge

If you need a bit of help in the flirting department, Hinge is the right dating app for you. It offers a lot of fun ways to interact with other users through texts and visuals.

The app’s slogan, “designed to be deleted” may be true, but it might take you a while to get to the point. This is especially true if you’re a free user.

If you’re not in a hurry to find your forever, it’s worth giving Hinge a try. Have fun filling out Virtues, Vitals, and Vices!

5.  Happn

Have a crush on the cute barista at your favorite cafe? Happn might be your best option if you’re too shy to tell it to his face. The app is location-based so there’s a huge chance you’ll find people there who also frequents your favorite places.

You might even reconnect with “the one that got away” through this app because it registers your real-life encounters. You can view your latest interactions or take a “scroll” down memory lane and re-establish communication with someone from your past. Don’t worry, you can customize your profile and make your information private.

Ready to dive into the dating pool again? These online dating apps in Australia can help. Remember, honesty is the best policy when dating as a single parent. Be honest to yourself about what you want and be honest about being a single parent.

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