You then use beans to unlock special features in the app and to “like” other user profiles.The service gives male users 21 curated matches every day that they can either like or pass on.Of those, 22 percent were "top prospects," which is the site's way of saying those users are highly compatible with you.
Along with key review factors, this compensation may impact how and where sites appear on the page (including, for example, the order in which they appear).Dating does not include listings for all dating sites.In our tests, the maximum number of profiles we could like before running out of beans was five a day, which we would think keeps most people from being flippant about their matches.In our tests, our accounts got an average of three matches, which was rather low compared to other services we tried.After you write six phrases about yourself and three phrases about what you like in a date, you can start using Coffee Meets Bagel.
There is no desktop version of this dating service, though, so you have to have a smartphone, Facebook account and cell phone number to use it.
The one downside to any service with free messaging is that you could feel overwhelmed if you find yourself with a flooded inbox.
On average, the three fake accounts we set up for testing got 40 matches in 24 hours, the second highest of any service we tested.
It gives you free access to other users’ profile photos and messaging, and you can pay for a membership to access extra features.
The free app is also easy to use, and our tests resulted in the most matches of any site we tested.
The women, in turn, get to see which men have liked them and decide whether to like them back.