Tease is a small dating app run "by a couple of guys in a really small office in Perth".
The website is easy to navigate and has been absolutely free since 2005.
Let's Date looks like only cool people need apply, but that's probably not the case.
Said to be the more stylish and elegant version of Tinder, Hinge only connects you with people in your extended friendship circle — like friends of your friends.
The first rule of online dating is to meet before you start developing a connection with the person on the other side of the screen.
Just search the app for nearby candidates and get chatting.
You just might find a travel partner or a holiday romance. But while it's free to sign up, you're going to have to hand over some cash to send and receive emails with your prospective candidates.
You can discreetly choose hot Facebook friends and hope that they select you, too. Not only do they find local matches for you, they also have single lady chat rooms and offer date night ideas specific to your area.
If they do, only then will they know you're into them. Tingle is the kind of app you'd use while out and about. Instead of, I don't know, talking to people in a bar, you just log in to your Tingle app and see if any of the users are around.
With more than 200 million people signed up to Badoo, you've got pretty decent chances of hitting it off with someone.
Badoo is a playful dating app that encourages candidates to get to know each other through games and chatting.
With over 55 million people signed up to the site, there's bound to be a love match for you there.
Down sells itself as the "secret way to get down with friends and people nearby".
Much the same as Tinder, Happn connects you with people in your area, showing matches within just 250 metres from you.