Zoosk dating review


Perhaps part of Zoosk's charm is it's simplistic, straightforward approach to matching members. You don’t have to take a three-hour long questionnaire to sign up or play around with the site for days to figure out how to make it work best for you. There’s also no distracting homescreen with newsfeed updates and an overwhelming amount of notifications. Rather, the site and app feature clear cut sections which display individual profiles one by one, whether you are viewing search results, browsing who’s online, or playing their hot or not (or maybe) game. With one profile in front of you at all times, there’s no confusion about who you are viewing, and more importantly, no distractions as there are with most other online dating sites and apps. Zoosk also fosters a low-key, low-pressure environment. You also have the ability to go back and forth seamlessly between profiles, so there’s no rush to decide if you want to make a connection with someone on the spot unless you’re playing the hot-or-not game called Carousel.

To sign up for Zoosk, you will enter an email address and create a password. Once that's done, you'll need to create a profile. You'll be asked for your name, date of birth, current location, whether you're interested in men/women/both, and will be asked questions regarding your height, body type, religious beliefs, extracurricular activities, etc. Once you've entered your basic information, you can then add a photo (head shot, as reminded by the site) to your online dating profile.


Zoosk dating review

Zoosk dating review