OkCupid Dating

OkCupid Dating for Pc


  • Category: Social Networking
  • Last Updated: 2018-09-11
  • Current version: 21.0.0
  • File size: 65.20 MB
  • Developer: OkCupid.com
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing OkCupid Dating on your Windows PC

Download OkCupid Dating for Windows: OkCupid Dating is an Social Networking App, developed by OkCupid.com. The Social Networking App was officially released 2009-11-25. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - OkCupid.com, with the latest current version being 21.0.0 which was officially released on 2018-09-11. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 200,369 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4 out of a possible 5.


Using OkCupid Dating on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install OkCupid Dating on your computer in 4 simple steps below:


1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 


2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.


3: How to Use OkCupid Dating for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type OkCupid Dating in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on OkCupid Dating application icon. A window of OkCupid Dating will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the OkCupid Dating icon. Click on it and start using the application.



Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About OkCupid Dating

Developer Description

Better dates come from better connections. That’s why OkCupid shows off who you really are, beyond just a photo. You should get noticed for what makes you, well, you—because you deserve what dating deserves: better. HOW IT WORKS Rich profiles highlight your personality and interests. Questions inform our algorithm so we get to know your deal breakers, and what you care about most. OkCupid Discovery helps you search for people who share your passions. Our one-of-a-kind messaging system lets you focus only on the connections you’re interested in, and none of the ones you’re not. Sounds like a nice change, right? DON’T TRUST US “Want to have ‘hell yes’ first dates? OkCupid is the perfect wingman.” - Huffington Post “OkCupid may be the OG of dating sites, but that doesn’t mean it’s done innovating.” - Glamour “OkCupid is giving you a chance to really connect with someone…” - Elite Daily UPGRADE YOUR EXPERIENCE Though OkCupid is absolutely free to download and use, we offer an optional premium subscription that unlocks exclusive features. • See who likes you without having to like them first • Search with advanced filters and additional options • Enjoy OkCupid ad-free 1 month packages start at $9.99 3 month packages start at $23.99 6 month packages start at $29.99 12 month packages start at $39.99 Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current 1, 3, 6, or 12 month periods. Auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's iTunes Account Settings after purchase. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the active subscription period. Privacy policy: https://www.okcupid.com/legal/privacy Terms of use: https://www.okcupid.com/legal/terms

App Reviews

  • Ok, let’s dive a little deeper.

    4
    By Atom LP
    OK Cupid has been around for quite a while on the internets, but when I got back into the dating scene after a pretty long time I didn’t consider it right away. But I’m glad I eventually did. Yes, it has an app and here you are deciding if you should bother with it. People tend to use Tinder these days, right? But I’m glad I downloaded OKC and reactivated my account. OKC goes beyond tinder and the like in that they have questions that assess the user’s personality and leanings (political/philosophical/religious/relational/sexual or lack thereof) and attempts to match them with similar/compatible people. Answering the questions isn’t mandatory nor intrusive, but it helps a lot (and it’s also an icebreaker of sorts). So people on OKC tend to have put more effort into their profiles and seem to be more serious about meeting someone. If you are actually interested in reading (skimming, at least) a profile before swiping right, this could be the place for you. There are some limitations to the app but if you login on the web you can access a few more features. Without a paid account you can’t see who likes you. But if you do find someone who seems great, it’s an incentive to message them. If you both like each other then you’ll see the match. All of the dating apps have some UI quirks. OKC seems to function pretty well overall. If you’re looking to meet someone and want to get into some depth with the match, I recommend it.
  • User friendliness

    3
    By Fennville
    Hi! I had an issue with having two profiles. In the same day I paid twice for an old profile from 10 years ago as well as my new one; both under the same email address. I received a response after writing to OKC a few times since February. I had misspoken and said that I have 2 accounts rather than two profiles. The response I got was “you do not have 2 accounts as it is not possible” and “your profile will be cancelled July 23rd”. While this was clarifying it did not clear up the fact that I had paid for 2 6 month profiles by mistake. It was my mistake so I don’t expect to be reimbursed though I would appreciate it if I could be. I updated the old profile that I have seen once in a while, so that things are consistent, which I see somehow, once in a while though I don’t know how to access it. One person I was corresponding with thought I had 2 profiles on purpose. I have addressed the issue by including an explanation in my self summary in both profiles. Any light shed on this would be appreciated. I don’t know if OKC indicates to its audience a member’s last time on OKC but I consider this to be something that I’d like to be private. I have friends and people I am interested in and don’t want feelings to be hurt because of my use of your site. I could use some help understanding how to control what other members see in my profile, namely when I am on the site. Thanks! Cat
  • Blocked people

    2
    By Lunova
    The people you swipe left on get recycled back into doubletake if they change something on their profile. Which is only useful (from a girls perspective) if they went from one shirtless pic of just their torso, to any amount of pics with any face shots that don’t include sunglasses or extreme distance from the camera. OR if they finished writing their profile. And since you can’t filter profiles for free, I will usually block the doubletakes that I don’t want to filter back because either: I know the person, it’s someone I never want to date like a married couple or a woman (somehow they slip in??). However, I recently come across a open relationship profile that I had previously blocked (the day before). I know this because not only did I remember the profile and name, when I went to block them, my only option was to UNblock them. And I saw at the bottom that red banner that normally pops up after you blocked someone that says “you have blocked Mark”. Isn’t the point of blocking so I don’t see the person again??? I mean technically swiping left is supposed to do that. on tinder you can swipe down or up (one of those) to decide later. Seems like that should be an option here. Every time I see a repeat profile on the doubletake (even tho I’ve swiped left 4 times...) I feel like the app is saying “are you sure??? He looks really lonely, why don’t you just talk to him it looks like he needs it” like really?
  • Dead

    1
    By Everett
    This was once the best dating site around, but since it was bought by the giant Match conglomerate, they’ve gradually stripped away all the useful features. Their most recent change was removing the ability to see visitors, a change NO ONE wanted and that has been universally unpopular and agreed upon that it has finally completely ruined the site. They’ve been in a vicious circle of losing (active) users and removing features that drive more users away. What was once a great and fun site is now a featureless ghost town. Shame. RIP OkCupid. Edit: OkCupid responds… with the same nonsense they’re selling to everyone else. It seems OkCupid has a preternatural aversion to admitting they’re wrong. They keep citing their “research” (that they won’t actually make public other than self-referencing the supposed results) but ignore the FACT that well over 90 percent of the hundreds of responses to their blog announcement of removing visitors were clearly vehemently opposed to it. Same with the reviews here. Even if they did have “research” which showed this was a good idea (which I’m dubious of – this is a site that has admired to manipulating users before as a big social experiment, they’re certainly not above lying) the fact is that research was wrong. NO ONE likes this change and they just won’t listen or even acknowledge the overwhelming majority of users who hate their recent changes. They’ll stubborn themselves to their own demise.
  • It worked!

    5
    By Candycorn333
    I was talking to my boyfriend of 8 months about our relationship. He was commenting on how unusual it is to find someone that is so compatible on so many levels. After remembering back to some of our previous relationships we were noticing that compatibility in only one or two areas was common, but just wasn’t enough to sustain the relationship. My boyfriend and I are two very different people—with similar world views, tastes, and ideas about what we want regarding sex and dating. We are even from two different countries and yet we somehow met each other while both living in this small suburb close to Houston. We most likely would have never crossed paths if it wasn’t for OKCupid and we certainly wouldn’t have know our compatibility rate was over 90% had I walked by him around town! I believe that we are a great pair, but I could have sadly missed out on knowing this if we hadn’t met online. We are both inherently heteroflexible and polyamorous, so we decided to stay and continue to meeting people on OkCupid; this time with our profiles linked to each other! I love this vast and varied dating platform and am glad it helped me to meet someone I am so very happy with!
  • Downhill

    3
    By Heads over Fails
    I've been on OkCupid since 2004 and throughout that time I have made a lot of great connections been on many dates made some friends and generally have a good experience. I'm appreciative of that but it's not fair to continue pretending that this site is the same thing that it once was. Gradual changes over time we are well and good but as of late changes to the layout such as removing visitors, and recently, using your real name have made a real impact on my experience. OK Cupid used to be a fun place with some degree of anonymity and the ability to engage with people. But in an attempt to monetize and homogenize itself like many other dating sites it is lost some degree of what made it special and unique. This might be a find business model and they might think that it's fine to address criticisms on their app reviews with some kind of bored and Pat generic platitudes about how it's optimizing it's dating experience but it boils down to the fact that like the GOP this site is not for the people but with the advertisers that they wish to curry favor with. I really do hope that they can make a U-turn on some of these changes but as it is I'm going to change from an A-list user it was paying $20 a month to regular user because at this point most of the perks or gone and so is the love.
  • Used To Be Good, Now Just Superficial

    1
    By >JD
    OkCupid used to be unique from Tinder and Bumble in that it wasn't based solely on looks to determine initial matches. People had the ability to message one another and form a match based on common interests. Now they won't even let your message go through to someone until they've liked you in their Tinder rip-off, swipe-to-like section. And the only other way to see people who have messaged you is through a premium membership. So a girl I'm interested in either has to be superficial enough to judge me based on a photo or has to pay for a premium membership to read my message. Why don't you just create an "Other Messages" section with messages from people the person hasn't liked back yet so they can at least have the option of reading all the messages they receive instead of having to find the people that messaged them somewhere else in the app? You guys have successfully managed to put messages in every section, but messages. Well done. They'll say their match percentage has gone up, but that's because the number of potential matches has gone down, not because they've actually succeeded in filtering out junk messages. This is now just a more confusing and convoluted version on Bumble. They've opted to remove the only thing that made them unique. Don't bother downloading. Just pick another dating app.
  • Bring back seeing who visited your profile

    1
    By SMN3060
    UPDATE: I don’t know how on earth the reviews have gone from 1.5 stars to 4.3 when the app continues to be less and less useful. The only way to talk to somebody is if you like them. And then you get locked out of likes for using too many. This app is turning more and more like it’s competitors instead of embracing the differences that make it better. I was always more likely to message somebody who visited me because I could see that they had interest outside of simply swiping right. Yes, the developers are getting more likes and messages, but that does not necessarily translate into responses, conversation, and dates. Developers, listen to feedback and make changes instead of attempting to placate and explain your horrible decisions and changes. At one time OKC had features that set it apart from other dating apps. Now it has moved to the age of swiping. I enjoyed seeing who was looking at my profile, as it helped me wade through countless other profiles. Now it is full of inane graphics that look like kindergarten drawings and no helpful ways to make a connection. Back up a few versions and maybe your reviews will be better. Update: I did not pay for A-List and did not care about browsing invisibly. I liked being able to see who was looking at my profile and letting people see I was looking at theirs.
  • Terribleeee

    1
    By Tee522
    I keep writing reviews bc you guys keep making the app worse. So like I said before, not only can you not message people whether it be for friendship or dating, bc you have to mutual match first. Ppl miss who actually messaged them or if they never go to Double Take, never find out who did. And idk what bugs yall are fixing bc I swear to you I have swiped lefts on everyone that keeps coming up in Double Take at least 5 times. So if there is someone new I’m actually interested in, I would never know bc I keep seeing the same ppl over and over that I already do not want to see. Also if you are using Double Take and swiping just like Tinder or any other site, you don’t get the chance to even message the people you like because their page disappears. The only way to do so is if you’re actually on their profile to do that and it’s too time consuming especially he way you guys made this app now. This is why the people older versions of this app were better. Just please bring back the ability to message people without having to mutual like. I understand this may have been a nuisance for heterosexual people but for lesbians, the spam messages were not an issue. Please come up with another alternative otherwise this app is worthless if you keep seeing the same people over and over even if you already stated you don’t want to.
  • Insanity

    1
    By SquarePantsSpongeBob
    Everyone’s heard the definition of insanity when used in context for repetition, right?... Well OkCupid is definitely trying to make me go insane, because swiping left apparently means I made a mistake and I need to see that person again to swipe left to confirm I’m not interested. Although, OkCupid wants to double check my confirmation and will make me swipe left a third time on the same person because clearly they think they no more about what I like and they feel like I made a mistake. But wait there’s more! This app believes at some point in the day I won’t notice that they’ve thrown the same person back into the swiping queue so I might end up swiping right on that person to open up a chat proving them right that I’m clueless about attraction. OkCupid, you’re either trolling or twisted, but either way this app update is unacceptable. Your ads are aggressive when they appear, and your swiping algorithm is seriously flawed. Aside from the sarcasm, the changes you’ve made have jeopardized the quality of the app and before anyone says anything, I sent a message to customer support letting them know about the swiping issue since I feel like that’s the only thing they might actually care about, but there’s been no improvements in any of the updates since. Good luck trying not to go insane 🤡

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