There is nothing unusual about the questions asked; all of the typical descriptive questions are there – such as your height, hair colour, eye colour, body type, star sign, relationship status, want children, have children already etc.
It’s free from clutter and unnecessary cheesy features like winks, ice breakers and virtual gifts; it’s also highly intuitive and easy on the eyes.
There’s a feature called “Your Matches”, where they use the criteria that you select in the ‘Who you’re looking for’ page to create a list of Soulmates that are deemed to be most compatible with you.
This gives you an indication to the activity levels on the site.
As often many dating sites keep profiles online just to bump up the numbers, even if they have not logged in for over a year.
In this review I’m going to be taking a look at Guardian Soulmates, a popular dating site from the Guardian.