On average, the three fake accounts we set up for testing got 40 matches in 24 hours, the second highest of any service we tested.
Of those, 22 percent were "top prospects," which is the site's way of saying those users are highly compatible with you.
After you write six phrases about yourself and three phrases about what you like in a date, you can start using Coffee Meets Bagel.
While our reviewers don't think the website is very well designed, the free mobile app is also an option that's super easy to use.
The one downside to any service with free messaging is that you could feel overwhelmed if you find yourself with a flooded inbox.
In our tests, our accounts got an average of three matches, which was rather low compared to other services we tried.
The messaging feature also has a seven-day time limit for conversation between two people, which kind of forces you to decide whether you want to take action on that potential love connection.
The service gives male users 21 curated matches every day that they can either like or pass on.