They can rate men’s appearances, ambition and sexual performance and include a review of best and worst points.No wonder it’s been called the “most sexist app” on the Internet and a “cyberbullying app.” Siren was recently founded by two women, Susie Lee and Katrina Hess. Women control who sees their image, who can communicate with them and whether to pursue a date.She then quickly rebounded with a new dating app called Bumble, where women users are in charge.On Bumble, users are matched with people nearby, but the woman has to be the one to initiate a chat within a day, or the connection disappears. However, for relationships where both members are the same gender, there is no rule about who can send the first chat.Women also can get their friends to weigh in, forwarding a man’s profile to get their take.
Coffee Meets Bagel claims 100,000 to 500,000 users and has attracted .8 million in funding.
By contrast, Dattch features a pinterest-like layout which is heavy on pictures.
The pictures remove the need for self-description and instead drive conversation towards interests and hobbies.
“We’re cheering good men on in as many ways as we can,” Lee told CNN.
Dating sites and apps have become so popular that we all know someone who has found love online.