But don’t be too picky or you’ll find your options are limited.It might not be scientifically accurate but as one reviewer expressed it: “there’s nothing like the thrill of getting a message from a 97 percent match”. Despite the English name it is in fact one of the most popular dating sites in Sweden for Swedes, with over 230,000 active members. Through the site’s search function you can search for people with the same interests as you, as well as criteria such as height and age.Boasting “sophisticated and highly-educated singles”, it attracts a more mature audience than Badoo and Tinder. New members must first complete a personality test before filling in a personal profile where they can also upload photos.
Fed up with casual hook-ups and looking to settle down?This is a no-nonsense site aimed at “serious singles”.Online dating – or “nätdejting” in Swedish – is booming in a country with a reputation for both shyness and tech-savvy innovations.We’ve listed ten of the most popular sites and apps and looked at what sets each of them apart - just in time to get you a date for Valentine's Day. Tinder This global mobile app became all the rage among 20-somethings in Sweden in 2014, as well as travellers looking for some holiday fun.As the website puts it: “The goal of Elitsinglar is to create a platform with a focus on quality where members can meet a like-minded partner for long-term relationships.” As you may have guessed not just anyone can join.
You have to be over 30 for a start and well-educated to boot.
You can message, vote, search, upload photos and creat yourself a unique profile.
It's a fun social network made for teenagers with plenty of features that will make each of your visits more exciting.
They can only strike up a conversation with you if you’ve both swiped right – so you won’t get unwanted messages from strangers.
Badoo is a dating site, but prefers to describe itself as a “social network”.
According to the website, the Mind Alike community boasts “highly educated graduates who sit in prominent positions in society and the private sector”.