The site also feels cluttered with way too much information (if pretty to look at) and has singles as well as couples/swingers listed, likely because their database is (partially) shared with Cupid PLC, a rather large dating site conglomerate.
More » There are a few similarities between higher-ranked Date ACougar and Cougar Fling: the pricing (.33-29.99/month), and oodles of search features, for starters.
First off, all payments only are in pounds (UK$), thus skewing how I can report the affordability of the site.
It's about middle-of-the-road cost-wise, depending on the exchange rate.
Cougar Fling does, however, a much better job of laying out the site and making it easy to use, yet has so few members—most of whom live in the US—that it's barely worth your while to sign up.
The magnetic pull of dating app addiction seems to have sucked unsuspecting Millennials in faster than you can say "let's hook up." When you live in a huge metropolitan area like LA, Chicago, or NYC, it might seem that, despite being surrounded by people, it's impossible to actually meet someone that you could see yourself dating.
This app made by women, for women aims to give ladies control over their virtual dating lives.It does look more dated than all of the higher-ranking sites on this list though, and many of the male members seemed way too old to be considered cubs.Still, it's the best option out there for those with limited budgets.With a cost ranging from .98-29.95/month, there's little here that I found particularly engaging or special to make it noteworthy.More » There's live chat, more than a million members, a beautiful interface, "naughty" mode, and lots of search options, so why does Be Cougar rank lower on this list?