Mobilewalla: Apps for those whom Valentine’s Day forgot

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If the postman doesn’t bring you a valentine this month, perhaps it’s time to get out and start dating. The following apps might help you find that special someone.

Apple apps

Zoosk — #1 Dating App (Free)* Zoosk allows you to connect and chat with local people, and uses its Behavioral Matchmaking to find a compatible match for you. (Mobilewalla score: 97/100)

Grindr Xtra (99 cents)* Grindr Xtra helps gay men connect with other men in their area for short-term or long-term relationships. (Score: 95/100)

eHarmony (Free)* eHarmony has a reputation for connecting those who are very serious about marriage with their perfect partner. Subscription is required for full use. (Score: 91/100)

Android apps

POF Free Online Dating (Free)* More than 120,000 people give POF (Plenty of Fish) a five-star rating. Its fans love the free and effective matchmaking features. (Mobilewalla score: 99/100)

Hornet — Gay Social Network (Free)* This dating app for the gay community allows users to connect locally, view profiles and share profiles with friends. (Score: 96/100)

Skout+ — Meet, Chat, Friend ($2.99)* Skout is designed to help people chat with and meet friends nearby, or anywhere in the world. (Score: 95/100) — #1 Dating Site (Free)* claims to have arranged more dates and relationships than any of its competitors. Will you be its next success story? (Score: 92/100)

*Available on Apple and Android.

Mobilewalla is a search and discovery engine using breakthrough technology to score every app to help consumers navigate the mobile application marketplace. Apps are scored using an algorithm that weighs several characteristics, including user ratings, position within category and staff recommendations. For more app intel, go to Anindya Datta is a technologist and founder of Mobilewalla.

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