The Difference between Hinge and OkCupid is pronounced. Dating apps are numerous out there. Each with its own unique features, visions and messaging. The difference between Hinge and OkCupid has largely to do with their generations. Hinge is a pretty new online dating app, while OkCupid is from way back. Although Hinge has managed to gather a significant number of users, and with its extremely high success rate, it was able to connect plenty of people with their partners. On the other hand, we have OkCupid, which is old school and has been around for ages, but it seems like its popularity is still very strong. While OkCupid has an easy to use interface for users, that of Hinge is just well designed at best. Huge membership base on OkCupid, while Hinge is designed for short term and serious relationships. Whie anyone can send you a message without your agreement on OkCupid. Which is rather old school. There is a limit to interaction with daily matches on Hinge. Alternatively on Vandora, none of these apply. Vandora is more of a cross border video-visual and voice first dating app without any boundaries. Too many fake accounts on both Hinge and OkCupid. But you find more fakes on OkCupid. Which is not the case on Vandora. While on Hinge, free users only get 10 matches every day. Rather limiting and so not cool to say the least. Futhermore, unlimited viewing of users’ profiles requires full membership on Hinge. Vandora out classes both Hinge and OkCupid in this regard as you can connect with numerous real users on the Vandora dating app as you wish. While OkCupid is clearly starving from large improvements, Hinge is no different; Users you previously skipped may reappear in your feed again. Application needs improvements too. Vandora is miles ahead in this regard and evidently so too.