Tease is a small dating app run "by a couple of guys in a really small office in Perth".
The website is easy to navigate and has been absolutely free since 2005.
There's no fuss with Ok Cupid; it gets the job done.
You sign up, you browse for potential connections and see if the app can make magic happen.
You might not have any chemistry once you meet and that's just awkward if you've already developed feelings.
The great thing about How About We is that it encourages quick meet-ups by asking users to post dating ideas and to connect in person rather than connecting by text. "Run by ladies", the dating app doesn't allow men to send the first message, meaning women can open the flow of communication only if and when they want to, reducing the chance of getting unwanted messages.
An absolutely genius concept, Alikewise pairs people up based on what books they like.
From politics to novels, if you're reading about it, chances are someone else will be, too.
You had better hope you and your perfect match just happen to be at the same place at the same time.
You can discreetly choose hot Facebook friends and hope that they select you, too. Not only do they find local matches for you, they also have single lady chat rooms and offer date night ideas specific to your area.
If they do, only then will they know you're into them. Tingle is the kind of app you'd use while out and about. Instead of, I don't know, talking to people in a bar, you just log in to your Tingle app and see if any of the users are around.
With over 55 million people signed up to the site, there's bound to be a love match for you there.
Down sells itself as the "secret way to get down with friends and people nearby".
For same-sex relationships, though, people can message anyone they like.