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).Forget Grindr, Her is a hook-up app for LGBTQ women, by LGBTQ women.While it sells itself as more of a lesbian/bi/trans community rather than a dating platform, it’s one of the most popular apps for the audience in the entire world.Its 250m radius is awesome for big sprawling cities like London, but if you’re somewhere like Leamington Spa then the pool’s going to dry up quick., Tinder is the harbinger of today's hookup-fueled "dating apocalypse." But the truth of the matter is, hooking up isn't anything new (and may in fact be hardwired into our genetics).
If you want the magic of a meet-cute alongside your one night stand, Happn is a good bet.
We’re not sure how likely it is that there’s someone fanciable on your flight who also has this app.
But if you want to start your holiday romance before you’ve even left UK airspace, it’s probably the best place to start.
The idea behind this is that only you and your partner can watch your previous bedroom antics together.
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.