The makers of Grindr actually released a version aimed at straight users, called Blendr, but it never caught on, perhaps because the safeguards of Tinder were not in place.
Snapchat - Not technically for dating, but certainly an app that has been used to facilitate it, Snapchat is the megapopular photo-messaging service that allows Android and i Phone users to send each other pictures and videos that disappear forever after a designated amount of time (10 seconds is the maximum length).
If they have flagged you as well, the app will alert you and you can message each other and, perhaps, put the app’s title into motion.
Grindr - The app that started the geosocial dating craze, Grindr is a gay-only app for i Phone, Android and Black Berry that displays, in grid form, all of the male users in close proximity who might be available.
Kaling, 38, spoke about becoming a new mom, the importance of self-confidence as a young adult and, of course, the possibility of Donald Trump being added to Mount Rushmore.
Some of her wittiest commentary, however, was her dating advice to the young men heading into the real world.
Coffee Meets Bagel - Coffee Meets Bagel is like a more polite version of Bang With Friends.
Here’s where Cupid’s arrow is flying in 2013: Tinder - Probably the buzziest dating app out there, Tinder is like a location-based “hot or not” for the i Phone or Android.
You are shown a headshot of another Tinder user who is currently nearby: Swipe right if you’re interested, swipe left if you aren’t.
If two Tinderers are mutually interested, a chat box opens so that they can get to know each other.
You work out whose place is free and then you get to it.
No subtlety here." data-reactid="30"Pure - Pure is like Tinder’s seedy, steamy cousin: It only exists to set people up for the night.