Its ‘radar’ system obscures where you are and you have to ‘wink’ at users before they can view your profile.
Definitely helps you on your no strings sex quest, but be warned – the men we came across were of a lower quality than Blendr.
One man’s profile picture was of a photo of his erect penis. Although Tinder promotes itself as a dating app, many people use it as a hook-up tool.
Beyond meeting other like-minded individuals, you’ll also be able to find out about gay-friendly news and events going on in your area so you can take things offline.
If you want the magic of a meet-cute alongside your one night stand, Happn is a good bet.
It started out in France back in 2015, but it’s quickly picked up speed around the world.
The way it works is this: after you’ve finished setting up your profile, it tracks where you and other users have crossed paths – as well as how many times it’s happened (or happnd).
It’s very specific gender and kink-wise, so the potential is there to find your perfect partner.
However, the free service is limited and full use is a costly £14.99/£7.50 a month, monthly/annually.
This app has the ease of tinder, and much like that, most of the fun lies in the swiping. Guys take a selfie and post it along with what they’re watching.
Once you’ve matched, how things proceed is up to you. If a girl likes both offerings, she fires back a selfie mimicking his, opening up a chat.
The best online dating sites have survived the test of time, and many of us are guilty of a Sunday night swipe session when The Fear still hasn’t passed and Monday Dread kicks in.