After matching with someone, the app lets each person bring other friends (who are also on the app) into the conversation so that you can all make plans together — and your friends can weigh in on your date.
Clover If you want versatility, download Clover (1 month/.99, i OS).
The app is a leap of faith since you don't know who will join your event (it's also very new, so its pool of users doesn't seem very big yet), but it might be worth a try if you're burnt out on other options.
All you have to do is show up — no messaging required.
Unlike most other apps that have you log in through Facebook, Beacon has you log in with your Twitter account.
You can create "events" — see if others want to meet up for a drink or pool for a Lyft — and then either limit the invite to mutual Twitter followers or make it public.
The app's matchmakers will pick matches they think you'll like and send you a handpicked few everyday at noon. If you want to give the matchmaker a clue about who Feeld Feeld cryptically describes itself as "A private space where you can meet couples or singles with minds that breathe freedom.
A field for you to discover your sexuality and explore it by yourself, with your other half or with any human you'd like."If your curiosity is piqued, you'll have to take a leap of faith with this app: Users aren't required to use their real names, though all members are Facebook-verified.