Hulala positions itself as a completely free dating site, but this is only at first glance. In fact, there are paid features inside, without which your profile will simply get lost among hundreds of others and won’t be visible in searches.
Hulala looks minimalistic and old-fashioned. No corporate style, tasteless font, images from free stock, and on the splash screen, there is a photo with a couple, which is basking on the beach with a beautiful view of the ocean and islands.
The site’s reputation on the Internet leaves much to be desired. This is not surprising. It is clear that the developers of the portal did not bother.
With a VIP membership, users can receive different advanced opportunities, including:
- The ability to hide your presence on the site (that is, to regulate whether you are online or not).
- Hide your profile from your guest list so the member won’t know you’re on the site.
- Advanced search settings.
- Ability to hide ads.
You can pay by your credit card. There is also an internal currency of the site, such as coins. From the start, the account is credited with 50 grand, it is a welcome bonus for registration. But in reality it is not enough for anything. The same gifts need to pay with real money, the option of payment in coins, I have not found. Coins can also be bought for real money.
For coins you can raise your profile in the site’s rating, add your picture in the header gallery so that it can be seen by all, as well as connect the VIP-status. To pay for coins, you can use your bank card or e-wallets. The transaction takes only a few minutes.
It is impossible to get lost in this interface of this dating platform. You have a personal profile and a feed with potential partners. Also on top there are sections on Dating, Sympathies. Everything is so reminiscent of Facebook, whose main users are schoolchildren and students, that it is even strange how much the site repeats its interface.
Registration does not take more than a minute. You only need to enter your name and email address. You can also use your personal profile on Facebook. This option will make it much easier to sign up.
In the profile, you can view the guests of the profile, see who sent a sympathy, and decide whether to respond to it or not. By the way, there is an interesting feature. You can hide people of your gender from your profile’s guest section. You can also set up personal data and change your description.