We probably don't need to say much more than that it's the spiritual successor to Bang With Friends for you to get the idea.
They have two age group categories—teens and adults.
The idea behind this app is to meet people in your area, have a good time, and give people the opportunity to get to know each other before meeting up.
It's a sound approach, especially for online dating newbies: meeting someone is less intimidating and feels more organic this way, but you can still get to know people you otherwise might not have met.
Plus, there's a bit of extra security knowing you're talking to a 'real person': Hinge gives you plenty of details about your potential date in advance (full name, work, education, mutual friends), profiles are validated, and you could even contact your mutual acquaintance to get the lowdown on someone.
You can accept or decline the invitation to connect, so it’s up to you whether you meet someone IRL or not.
Straight from their homepage, Skout is all about living it up.
Between matching with someone, completing the obligatory ''is this person a stalker?
' chat, and finally arranging to meet up, it's not uncommon for one or both parties to lose interest along the way.
Vetting profiles to no avail can be disheartening, especially if you're new to the game, and that's where Tinder 'Liker' apps come in handy.