Online dating seems to be the norm these days, but there is something you might not like about it. No, not the endless sea of potential duds, but the fact you need to link your Facebook account to the dating app. One of the most popular dating apps, Tinder, asks you for your Facebook account information, which means your friends and family might get involved in the dating process unwillingly. First, you may not have a social media account at all. Should this prevent you from accessing online dating platforms? I don't think so.
Here Are Dating Apps That Don't Make You Link To Facebook
7 Dating Apps That Don't Require A Facebook Login
These days, lots of dating apps pull your information from Facebook, allow you to add some additional stats, and get started on swiping and messaging from there, which means that the social media juggernaut is practically a requirement for online dating. But whether you're ready to delete your account or you never had one in the first place, there are plenty of dating apps that work without Facebook. Some prefer not to have a Facebook at all myself included , while others have a profile, but would rather not drag mutual friends into the dating equation. Whatever the case may be, there are enough dating apps in the sea to satisfy pretty much every possible need. It can be easy to feel overwhelmed by all of the dating app possibilities, or by the prospect of dating in general , but if the blizzard that the East Coast just got hit with is any indication, people are out en masse in search of connection, and that is only more true as the temperatures drop.
Facebook's New 'Dating' Feature Could Crush Apps Like Tinder
Social life is slowly drifting away; people no longer value their time with friends and loved ones. The most common excuse is that of chasing their career. They forget everyone needs a life partner and getting an appropriate one requires enough time. Dating sites have come in to make things easier for people busy chasing their careers to find a suitable life partner.
This story was originally published on September 20, On November 8, Facebook announced that it's rolling out the service in two more countries: Canada and Thailand. The social network is also introducing two new major features.