Dating sites reviews and comments
The app lets you know if anyone’s viewed your profile, or sent you any message, and allows you to archive conversations with a simple swipe.
Again, I really didn’t like the bright red colours, which I found a bit cheap and tacky but that’s just personal preference.
(Have the makers of those ads ever actually looked around a Tube carriage?!
) Number of Options – 9/10 For an online dating site, Lovestruck has a large amount of options.
I liked the way date suggestions and upcoming events appear on the home screen.
I have to say, I’m really not a fan of the bright red on the website – it’s the thing I liked least about the site and app.
The website allows you to view new matches, find out who is currently online, and it separates out anyone you’ve viewed, or identified as a Favourite.
App – 9/10 I tended to mostly use Lovestruck on my phone and found the app really user friendly.
The free ‘membership’ allows you to set up a profile, look at their profile photos and wink at other people, but the very nature of the app means that winks are so common, you don’t tend to check them, and instead only focus on messages, which you have to pay to send and receive.
Ease of Set-Up – 8/10 The profile was very simple and easy to set up.
The app opens up on the newsfeed screen, and like the website offers Date Ideas, and upcoming Events (something which I think Lovestruck does very well).
Last year Miss 32 and I went to Lovestruck’s red straw party – a really simple, easy idea for a dating event.