The Last Free Dating App But Not For Long
Hinge offers the minimalistic, download-and-go feel that impatient people love, but mixes in pinches of seriousness and a smart matching algorithm to give you a real shot at finding a long lasting relationship. Price: Free See Details.
What it's good for: This is the place for gay people who can't stand the heteronormativity of apps like Tinder or Bumble, and is especially handy for those looking for a friends with benefits situation. I downloaded it because it had decent reviews so I figured it was worth a shot. I am hoping and praying that this becomes the next Tinder.
Discuss This! Because you're making your swipe decision based on someone's photos and a tiny bio that's usually just a Parks and Recreation quote, Tinder gets a lot of shit for being superficial.
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HER, available for free in both the Apple App Store and Google Play, serves as a place where female-identified and non-binary people can connect to find both friends and dates. The downsides: There aren't really any filters other than preferred gender and age, which is pretty broad — so half of the people who Happn suggests to you might hate all of the things you like, have opposite political views, or just be the opposite of your type in general.
Bristlr is the app that links beard-lovers with bearded connections. All events and groups are fair game—even that concert you attended five years ago. Happn acts as a wingman that steps in and introduces two strangers — by alerting app users of cuties who are physically close by.
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