Our Badoo Review – a dating network with a laid-back attitude

Badoo stands out as a multi-national social media platform with a chilled-out attitude and good quality location-based matching algorithms that work well. Created by Andrey Andreev in 2006, it’s grown quickly to become the world’s most widely-used dating network. By incorporating social games and quizzes, as well as a huge social discovery network that covers the entire planet, it’s quite simply the largest dating app in the world.

We think that if over 423 million people think it’s good, then it probably is. But are there any downsides to the Badoo app? We decided to have an in-depth look at Badoo to see what it’s all about, and create our own Badoo review for you.

Our Summary

Badoo is, without doubt, the largest online dating network in the world. The sheer number of people using the app and the relatively poor search parameters means that it can be very difficult to locate like-minded people in your area, whether you want to simply chat or look for a date.

However, with over 423million users and millions of messages flowing through the network every day, it’s hardly surprising that there may be times when you are not going to get exactly what you want out of the service.

Where Badoo does deliver, though, is through the use of a freemium model that makes http://www.hookupdate.net/es/ it quick, easy, and above all, free to register. The Premium service costs are relatively low when compared to rival operators, which makes it popular with the targeted demographic of 20-35-year-olds.

The lack of more refined search functions makes it a little ‘hit and miss’ when it comes to matches, but the local service is a bonus that makes it relatively easy to find matches in your area.

Overall, we like Badoo – it does exactly what it says on the tin and is mercifully free of the usual bells and whistles that can over-complicate other dating websites. Read more