Millions of singles throughout the world are trying to find their special someone, which is easier said than done in today's often-isolating world.

As everyone knows, a popular 21st century solution to this problem is dating apps.


Now, this writer's gonna be candid with you. She was on the apps for a long time, and has mixed opinions. They're definitely not ideal, but decent people are on there. Yours truly has heard several online dating success stories, and you probably have, too.

Once you've decided to put yourself out there by joining the rat race that is online dating, you now have to figure out what app(s) to join. This is easier said than done, as there are tons to choose from. Most aren't worth your time, but a few reign supreme.

The website Dating News shared a list of the most popular dating apps by state, and their choice for New Hampshire is this writer's personal favorite: Hinge.

Known as "the dating app designed to be deleted", Hinge prides itself on cultivating more than hookups or short-term 'situationships', but rather lasting, long-term relationships. The algorithm is apparently top-notch, thanks to the skills of "Hinge Labs researchers, behavioral analysts, and matchmakers" who "study daters and compatibility," according to the app's official website.

In yours truly's opinion, Hinge is definitely one of the more affective dating apps out there. Rather than swiping left or right, users must like a particular part of a person's profile (whether that's an image or question prompt), which is more liable to kickstart a meaningful conversation. Additionally, you can see when someone has liked your profile, which is a feature you have to pay for on other apps.

What about you? Which dating apps do you recommend? Are there any you think people should steer clear of? Reach out and let us know.

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