48 hours online dating
What I liked: It creates a completely unique perception on potential matches What's the catch: You have to sift through some people who are clearly way too into astrology.
Align What makes it different: Just like a 1970s house party, Align is completely focused on your zodialogical compatibility. Ever since a scantily-clad fortune teller in Las Vegas explained to me what it meant to be an Aries, I was hooked.
Growing up I routinely checked my horoscope and judged the sign of every girl I had a crush on. I was hoping Align would reinvigorate that interest and it did to some extent.
With compatibility descriptions below each potential match, I can learn important things like if my Leo moon would agree with her fire sign.
The fact-first layout was initially refreshing, but once you place your finger on the screen to swipe up or down, the person’s picture appears, revealing who was behind the veil. What's the catch: That shred does not stick around for long.
This causes an existential crisis in which you debate your initial intent to swipe up for their interesting fact or swipe down now that you see who wrote it. Hitch What makes it different: You have the power to match your friends together, but remain at the mercy of your friends’ matching you. I only had two other friends on Hitch which really limited my fun (unless you consider a completely self-sustained love triangle fun).