Those surveyed didn’t rate any service as more than average as far as overall satisfaction.
Ok Cupid got the best ratings of all online dating services, including Tinder, but it got a reader score of only 56.
Consumer Reports has decided to get into the love game. Consumer Reports found two interesting and diametrically opposed results.
The non-profit organization has been around since 1936, and typically reviews consumer satisfaction with products and services, but now it wants to know about dating apps, and how satisfied customers appear to be. First, consumers hate online dating with a passion, even more than tech support services, which are notoriously poor performers.
(Tinder was second with a 52 rating.) Reader scores were evaluated by a number of factors, including messaging and search features, privacy settings, the ease of use and sign-up process, as well as quality and quantity of matches.
In fact, forty-four percent of respondents who had success said that their experiences with online dating led to marriages or serious long-term relationships.
Searching is quick and easy from the home page, and that's just the beginning of this great user experience.
Match gets our highest rating with the best price and the amount of features offered.
e Harmony is a little different from conventional dating services.
Instead of searching through the database to look for someone you think will be a good match for you, e Harmony does the searching for you.