If Applause were your best friend, they’d tell you, “Bro, I don’t block.

I guide.” In a recent study, app analytics startup Applause measured the reviews of the 97 most popular dating apps to see which apps were user’s favorite.

If you both like each other, you have seven days to exchange contact information and take the conversation offline.

(Want to a shot at model and actress Cara Delevingne, or even Sharon Stone?

Go for Raya.) If you go this route, prepare to be Googled and judged.

We ranked the best apps that are friendly to people of slightly older age groups—paying special attention to the ones where you’ll have the most potential matches to choose from.

Some you’ve heard of, others you haven’t, and one of them will even offer you the opportunity to date a Victoria’s Secret model.

Launched in 1995, was one of the first online dating sites ever.

While most of the apps on the list are more casual, Match’s schtick is that it’s for people trying to find a serious relationship.

One of the first free dating apps on the scene, Zoosk is integrated with Facebook and Google , which makes it even easier to sign up and start searching for your match.

Not only does Zoosk have a free app for i Phone and Android, but it also has a free Facebook-specific app, allowing you to choose which one works best for your needs.

To qualify for the study, each app had to have at least 2,000 app store reviews, meaning niche sites like Farmers Only weren’t included. Unlike Tinder, only people in your network (aka friends of friends) are shown.