Who it’s good for People with lots of Facebook friends who are looking for quick meet-ups and casual dating.The downside Ninety percent of the site’s users are under the age of 35, according to information we found.
Two years ago, AARP partnered with the then-fledgling dating site How About We to create an over-50s version.
Like its all-ages counterpart, it’s designed to get you out and dating fast rather spending weeks on get-to-know-you emails.
Who’s it good for People who are looking for an activity partner as well as those looking for casual dating or a committed relationship.
The downside While a person’s proposed date tells you something about them, there isn’t as much information about users as on other dating sites.
The system depends on users have plenty of single Facebook friends, and since it also requires that any prospective date you “like” also likes you (“likes” do not show up on your Facebook! Plus, the site only shows one match in a 24-hour period. Cost It’s free to sign up and use, but you pay for “Beans” – Beans unlock more information about your match, such as mutual friends.