Zoosk is exploding in popularity with LGBT singles, and it boasts one of the slickest apps on the market.
Getting started is free and easy, as is finding like-minded singles in and around any zip code.
You’ll receive a whole list of potential suitors every day, then you can swipe right or left. Revealr Revealr utilizes not only words and photos to help you get acquainted with someone, but also audio.
For better or worse, Hinge markets itself as the “anti-Tinder.” The downside is having a much smaller dating pool, and people who may actually know what a piece of shit you really are. The user’s photos are pixelated, so matches are not solely based on looks.
Dirty deeds and ageism right there by taking advantage of thirsty individuals over 30, who really want to get ass from an app too. If you are strapped for cash or just looking for a new dating app, we have 15 alternatives to Tinder.
Happn There are so many location-based dating apps, but Happn is really, really location-based.
It connects to your Facebook and presents you with one match each day at noon. Bristlr Do you have a beard or are you a gal that appreciates a man with a beard?
If you both like each other you can then chitchat for a week on the app, after that the line of communication is cut… Welcome to Bristlr, a dating app that claims, “Connecting those with beards to those who want to stroke beards.” Sorry clean-shaven bros, you need not apply.
You can share such intimate details as occupation and education history.
It looks much like Tinder because Bumble was founded by Tinder co-founder Whitney Wolfe. The League For those who are a little more picky who they want to date, The League is for you.
However requests and photos are only available to those with matching search criteria.
When you download the app you’re given five free tickets.
No need to waste time on long surveys either: just a couple questions and the app will start working its magic for you.