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.
Bumble calls itself a feminist app; for any matches that happen, the woman must start the chat within 24 hours, or it disappears.
Call us prudes, but we’re not keen on the thought of our phone (that goes so close to our face) being used as a sex toy. Guys take a selfie and post it along with what they’re watching.
Always wanted a threesome but never known where to find that special (extra) someone? 3nder works much like Tinder; log on through Facebook (there’s an option to change your name), choose the composition of your group (2 1, or 1 1 1) and swipe through hundreds of potential matches in your area. If a girl likes both offerings, she fires back a selfie mimicking his, opening up a chat.
This app eliminates unwanted advances, as you’ll never receive messages unless you show interest by way of your selfie. Who knew taking selfies while watching Netflix could lead to so much fun?
You don’t need Facebook to log into this one and can choose a nickname.