Marketed as a ladies choice app, which means women must initiate contact with a match first
- Limits your daily matches so you consider profiles more carefully
- Names are private until you both like each other
- Setup asks you what you like in a mate
- No web version
- "like”number is limited in one setting.
- More appealing to women than men.
Coffee Meets Bagel limits the amount of data you can view at one time, forcing you to think more carefully about the profiles you do see.It's marketed primarily as a women's choice app, which means women must first reach out to the object of their desire.
Can quickly build up your profile with just a few basic pieces of information about yourself and your appearance.After you've written down six phrases about yourself and three about what you like on a date, you're ready to start using coffee and bagels.But the dating service doesn't have a desktop version, so you have to have a smartphone, Facebook account and phone number to use it.Because according to Facebook, a match is more successful if two people have friends in common.The app accesses your friends list to do this, but doesn't post anything to your page, so don't worry.
The dating app uses "beans" as currency.You can get beans by logging in regularly, buying or completing specific tasks, such as using the app's photo lab.You can then use Beans to unlock the app's special features and "like" other users' profiles.The service offers male users 21 carefully curated matches a day that they can choose to like or forward.Women, in turn, can see which men like them and decide whether they like them too.If they do, the pair can chat for free.