We help you to build a serious worthwhile connection and to form a long-lasting relationship with genuine like-minded people.
It is not a lack of love, but a lack of friendship that makes unhappy marriages.
The heart wants what it wants. There’s no logic to these things. You meet someone and you fall in love and that’s that.
I would rather spend one lifetime with you, than face all the ages of this world alone.
Connect with genuine people, develop a relationship and find love. Tally wants you to connect with people on more than just face value alone.
People and pictures are manually verified. We care about quality to ensure your time and efforts are not wasted.
Assess each individual on various qualities and factors. Read their bio or quote and connect on a deeper level.
If there is a match by mutual like, keep momentum going and start a conversation. Don't wait around or miss the connection.
I have used other dating apps in the past like Bumble and Tinder and without a doubt Tally is now my favourite. No more annoying questions like “How tall are you?” I really like the strict picture upload too, I feel like it whittles out the time wasters.
Tally is so easy and simple to use, the concept is great! Other sites seem to focus on face value only, which (in my experience) results in lots of people just wanting an ego boost and never talking, but Tally definitely promotes communication.
Finally a dating app that bridges the gap between free casual dating apps and expensive monthly subscription apps that rely on 101 bizarre compatibility tests!
The one-off membership fee is what appealed most to me. Tally is cheaper than Match and harmony yet still has genuine/serious users. Really happy and so is my bank balance! Thank you, Tally!!
I was apprehensive about using a dating app, especially given the ‘hook-up’ stigma that is attached to the likes of Tinder and Plenty of Fish. For me, the fact that users are manually verified and approved gives me great confidence and reassurance. The one-off membership fee is superb too, I can’t fault Tally!