Best Dating Apps 2015. Bumble. Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / THEM TOO. From the minds of previous Tinder executives comes Bumble, a newly released iOS app that lets women run the show. Like Tinder, Bumble lets users swipe right to approve and left to decline. If two users mutually swipe each other right, they are allowed to chat, but here’s the kicker: Only women can initiate the conversation, and they only have 24 hours to do so before the connection disappears. Tastebuds The app is free initially, then you have to pay for continued use. This is basically how it works: You post a meeting request that lasts for one hour and, if somebody takes you up on your offer, you are able to then accept or decline, depending on whether you like what you see or not. HowAboutWe.
As the new year sets in. Our fans voted and below are the top 3 dating apps to start 2015, and one honorable mention. Dating App Winners: Tinder, Hinge, OkCupid Honorable Mention: Tools for Tinder is the most addicting dating app on the list.
Plus, there are a ton of people who use it. If you’re a college student, it’s a great way to meet new people from your school and even schools nearby.
It’s also great for long car rides. You can swipe for hours. When traveling you can also hop on Tinder, and meet new dates from around the country and even the world. Pros: • Guy: A ton of hot girls. • Everyone you know is on it. • Everyone in your college is on it. • Girl: When going on a vacation, you can match with locals in the area “to show you around.” • Guy: When taking long road trips, you can connect with girls from new college campuses.
• Can change radius and meet college girls outside your campus. • If you have a bad reputation, you can venture outside your campus and meet guys elsewhere. Cons: • Girl: Easy to mess around with guys. I don’t actually use it to meet guys. • Guy: When you match with your ex’s friends, it can be really awkward. • Guy: Can waste countless hours of your life. • No way of blocking multiple matches at once.
• Can be dangerous while driving and taking long road trips. • No quick way to block someone. Hinge takes the creepiness factor out of online dating. You can match with friends of friends. It is easy to use, and not as time consuming as Tinder or OkCupid. Everyday you get 15 matches potential matches.
Unfortunately, it is only in a select number of cities, but you will get matched with some hot girls or guys. You will definitely not be disappointed. Surprisingly the girls are very willing to meet as well, even more so than Tinder.
Pros: • Girl: A ton of hot guys. • Girl: I’m able to see guys who I have mutual friends with. It takes the creep factor out of it! • Guy: A ton of hot girls. • Basically Coffee Meets Bagel on steroids. • Have 15 new potential matches every day at noon. Cons: • Only available in major cities. As opposed to Tinder, many people on are looking to meet up and date. Unlike the other apps, OkCupid has a paid version called “A-List”.
We recommend it. You can read more about its . In short, a 6 month package will cost you only $4.95 or you can opt for the 1 month for $9.95. Even if you don’t become an “A-list” member, you can still go on dates. Pros: • Guy: A ton of hot girls. • If you do subscribe to the premium account, as an A-List user (1 month packages start at $9.99), you can browse by attractiveness. Huge score when narrowing down the search results. • This site has numbers, so if you’re in a small city you will not be disappointed.
• Nice search capabilities to find specific keywords. • We love the ability to see who joined in the last week. Often those are the people with the highest response rate. • Great mobile app. • You can use the site for free, and you will not be disappointed. Cons: • Girl: Sometimes I get 100 messages in one day!
• Girl: So many creeps. • Girl: No way to set age restriction. (Don’t be surprised if a 40-year-old man messages you). • Low response rates for men. Are you “swipe right happy?” Do you sometimes get fatigued going through matches ever-so-slowly for 10-15 minutes?
Is this sounding like a really cheesy medical advertisement geared towards senior citizens? It might– but, we’ve got great news for you… Recently a new app came out called . It is basically Tinder on steroids. But seriously, for all of you lazy people out there (hint: guys) you can now stop swiping through your Tinder results one by one and quickly view hundreds of matches in one gigantic list.
Oh, and did we mention the “Like all” button? Literally tap this puppy and boom you’ve swiped right on hundreds of girls (or guys) in seconds. This app does all the work for you.
It’s kinda like throwing a thousand darts at the board hoping one will hit the bullseye. You don’t have much to lose except for accidentally “swiping right” on your ex-girlfriends’ best friend.
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It’s 2015 and if you are not using at least ONE dating app then you, my friend, are not only an old fuddy-duddy BUT you are also missing out on countless opportunities to meet, date and “get to know” awesome people. I scoured the internet, asked tons of my single girlfriends, and even tested out some of these myself so that I could give you the ultimate list of the best dating apps in 2015.Â I wanted to find apps for everyone.
Whether you are older, younger, a dog lover, catholic, conservative, racy… There is an app for you and I’ve listed them below. NOTE: How I selected the apps below was that I was looking for ease of use, general concept and the number of people using the app. I also cut and pasted a lot of the descriptions straight from other sites since they were pretty generic ðŸ™‚ I would love to hear about any apps that you have tried that are not on the list.Â To add to this list just make a comment below.
I’m sure many people will appreciate it! Best Dating Apps 2015 Bumble Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / THEM TOO From the minds of previous Tinder executives comes Bumble, a newly released iOS app that lets women run the show.
Like Tinder, Bumble lets users swipe right to approve and left to decline. If two users mutually swipe each other right, they are allowed to chat, but here’s the kicker: Only women can initiate the conversation, and they only have 24 hours to do so before the connection disappears.
Tastebuds Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / THEM TOO Tastebuds puts a spin on your run-of-the-mill online dating app by making the experience about music. You’re matched up with people in your location based on a shared interest in the same kind of music! The app allows you to add your favorite bands or scan your iPhone music library to begin and go from there. According to the site, a lot of people use it to make new friends and concert buddies as well as to find dates.
Score Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / THEM TOO Score works to pair up users with real emotional compatibility based on matching scores. The scores given depend on answers to “quirky” questions, such as the definition of sexy.
If you’re looking for something unconventional and a little wacky, try Score for yourself â€” it’s available on both iOS and Android. Happn Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / THEM TOO This one claims to be “the app to discover the people youâ€™ve crossed paths with, the people you like, [and] the people youâ€™d like to find again.” How does Happn work? Every time you cross paths with someone in real life, their profile shows up on your timeline.
When you’ve both liked each other, you have a Crush, which lets you begin a conversation. Bonus: It just integrated music to its platform to allow users to add songs onto their profiles and send songs to their Crushes! Tinder Tinder has attracted a lot of attention thanks to how easy it is to set-up and use. All you need to do is log-in with your Facebook account, and Tinder will upload your first name your photos, your interests, and your age from your profile to create a Tinder profile.
You can then anonymously browse potential matches near you, swiping right if you’re interested in the person you’re currently seeing, or swiping left if you reject them. You can also tap on their profile picture to see any other photos they have, if mutual friends, or common interests you have.
If you both swiped right, Tinder will let you know that it’s a mutual thing and offers to let you send a message, and maybe set-up a date. Tinder’s received positive reviews thanks to its emphasis on privacy and minimal initial emotional investment, since you only find out about the interested ones without the pain of rejection.
Hinge Hinge tries to take the awkward randomness out of meeting people online by making sure that it introduces you to people that you share mutual Facebook friends with, hopefully cutting out the creep factor and trying to make sure that you have a good chance of having people, experiences and interests in common. Users log in with their Facebook accounts, enter preferences, sexual orientation, location, and age. Every day at noon, the supplies you with a field of potential matches. And, of course, because you know friends in common, you’re both more accountable and less likely to act like jerks when faced with the prospect of real world social blowback.
Loveflutter Tired of superficial dating profile pics? Loveflutter asks users to lead with a quirky or interesting fact about themselves superimposed over a blurred out image, which only reveals more information if you hold on the prospective match’s profile. If the factoid piques your interest, you can drill down to discover mutual friends, matching or similar interests and other info to help you decide whether to like or pass.
Loveflutter also tries to be a helpful matchmaker with its Suggest A Date feature, which recommends quirky places nearby to hold a date from a curated list of locations. Fliqpic Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / THEM TOO Have you always wanted to be able to see your potential date IRL before actually going out? Say no more: Fliqpic is close enough, allowing you to live video chat potential love interests before deciding to pursue them any further.
It’s pretty safe to assume that catfishing is minimal on this app â€” we’re all about that! Tindog Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / THEM TOO Dog-lovers, meet your potential soulmate on Tindog, the dating service for pet owners. On this platform, you’ll discover other canines and their owners in your area, and you can swipe right if you’re interested!
(Sound like something you know?) Never walk your dog alone again; you might just find puppy love on this one. Once Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / THEM TOO Ever feel completely overwhelmed by all the matches or messages you get on dating apps? Sometimes there are so many, you don’t even know where to start! Once, available on Google Play and Apple, solves that problem by providing you with just one match per day.
You have 24 hours to decide if you like each other, and then you can go from there. It’s a nice break from all the faces being thrown at yours. Align Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / THEM TOO If you read about your zodiac sign day in and day out, you have to check out Align â€” available on iOS â€” in which the connection between romantic compatibility and astrology is explored.
Meet the person of your dreams, who may just depending on the alignment of the stars! At First Sight Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / THEM TOO The Bachelor host Chris Harrison introduced dating app At First Sight, a joint venture between him and the franchise’s creator, Mike Fleiss.
What sets this smartphone app (available on Android) apart from all the other online dating apps out there is that it uses video profiles. With the popularity of the Vine app, it’s no surprise that this is the next evolution of online dating. Coffee Meets Bagel Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / THEM TOO Coffee Meets Bagel uses Facebook to match you with a friend of a friend. It uses a game-like interface to make the experience fun, and it sounds a lot safer to date at least a friend of a friend than a total stranger, right?
The site boasts that it’s “designed for singles who want to find something real with little or no effort.” Grouper Social Club Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / THEM TOO Grouper is a website and iPhone app that sets you and your friends up on a group date by connecting to your Facebook profile.
It matches up three guys and three girls (or same-sex couplings) based on your age, education, job, interests, and “general lifestyle.” Basically, you pick your wing girls, and the site selects the date, location, and guys (it also provides a round of free drinks). I could see how the group dates would involve less pressure and more fun, but I’d guess it probably leads to more friendships than serious relationships.
Pure Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / THEM TOO Coining itself as the “Uber for Dates,” Pure is all about immediacy, stating that it aims to “cut to the chase” — “itâ€™s all about real dates right now, and making real-life connections.” The app is free initially, then you have to pay for continued use.
This is basically how it works: You post a meeting request that lasts for one hour and, if somebody takes you up on your offer, you are able to then accept or decline, depending on whether you like what you see or not. HowAboutWe Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / THEM TOO You may know the HowAboutWe dating app as the one that lets you find and put out date ideas in your area, but two features were added that make the process even easier: Speed Date allows you to browse photos and dates that you can skip over or double tap if you’re interested, and Date Map helps you search and find all those local date ideas on an interactive map!
Hitch Hitch is betting on the adage that “friends know better” by letting your friends set up matches for you. Once users log in with their Facebook accounts, they can then match their friends together through built-in anonymous chat. All you get is the age and gender of your match, as well as the mutual acquaintance that matched you, along with a short message.
If you hit it off in the chat, you can send a Reveal Request to find out more about your match. Whether you’re single and looking for a match or somebody looking to play matchmaker for two friends, there’s something for you to love in Hitch. Down Down, formerly known as Bang With Friends, got a lot of buzz last year when it first came out.
After logging in with your Facebook account, you then go through your Facebook friends (and their friends) and start tagging which ones you find sexy.
If there is a mutual interest, Down will let you know, and then it’s up to you and your friend to decide on what your next step is. Down promises that your interactions with the app will be kept safe and anonymous, and that your Facebook friends won’t know about your choices if you don’t want them to. It’s like passing a note in high school asking if they like you or not, except the question is R-rated.
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Another year, another 365 days lost to the eternal struggle that is Internet dating. While you spent all of 2015 tirelessly dragging your fingers across Tinder, almost a dozen new dating apps debuted for people just like you.
From apps that connect stoners, to a way for Disney fans to meet up and... uh... do whatever Disney fans do, these apps are a welcome alternative to the hell that is talking to strangers at a bar.
The best (and worst) part of the Internet is the level of anonymity associated with basically anything you do... assuming you know how to successfully get off the grid. Blume is not about that life, instead deciding that the world needed a dating app targeted specifically at preventing catfishing.
You can only engage in conversation with matches by snapping a selfie, providing "a safe environment where people can just relax and be themselves, and co-founder Daniel Delouya. Tinder for dogs?
Tinder for dogs. With , it’s actually socially acceptable to post a crap-ton of pictures of your dog in the hopes of meeting other like-minded dogs (and hopefully their owners). Seriously, though, it’s for dogs. On the plus side, it’s really easy to find like-minded dogs, because all dogs do is run and lick their balls.
Dating someone as excited about fitness as you makes sense. Providing everything works out in your favor, you’ll end up in the same state in the bedroom as you do on the treadmill: covered in sweat.
RIGHT? Anyone? Anyway, 's an app for “anyone with a real commitment to the fitness lifestyle, from bootcampers and cyclists to yogis and CrossFit junkies.” Sweat uses a unique algorithm that factors in your workout frequency and the time of day you go to the gym to find a match.
If you think that some relationships are “,” then you’re going to want to jump on Align. It’s the dating app for those who base a fair amount of their dating criteria on astrological signs. After you select the trait and emoji for your profile, you can search for other people with sign-specific traits.
Just make sure to steer clear of those big-headed Leo jerks. Ugh, Leos. It's fair to say that most Tinder users are under the influence of some kind of intoxicant as they swipe into the night, but it's still nice to know that there's a special app out for those who make it their business to get high all the time.
Started by a Denver company -- because where else -- is a location-based app that connects cannabis enthusiasts with other like-minded individuals to chat, flirt, and then have super-high sexytimes. Remember those quizzes you used to find in old magazines like Maxim or Cosmopolitan that would inevitably end up advising you to stick a finger up your partner’s butt? Good ol' 1997. pays homage to those old quizzes by matching you with people based on the way you answer philosophical questions like “Sexy is...” You can find matches locally or globally, just in case your soulmate lives in Mumbai.
Assuring the public that its newest creation is "," Oscar Mayer has released Sizzl, an actual dating app for bacon-lovers. Delicious pun aside, this is a fully functioning app created by the people who brought you bologna and the . The first few questions you're asked are the standard "I am a ___ interested in ___" and then they head straight to the good stuff by inquiring about the type of bacon you're into (pork, turkey, or both) and how you take your meat: "Hardwood smoked for a really long time," "Thick cut, because more is more," "Maple and sweet like me," or "Lower sodium!" After a few more bacon-focused inquiries, you're shown matches with whom you can chat about bacon, puppies, casual sex, or whatever.
Try this on for size: a dating app designed by an actual matchmaker. That’s some kind of higher percentage of finding a hot date, right? is a video dating app where you can text, flirt, and -- you know -- actually meet a person before you have sex with them.
Fliqpic eliminates the blind date with a silver bullet and that’s pretty cool. Following the speed model of raising the stakes by way of a calculated deadline, gives you 24 hours to decide if the person you’re set up with is “the one.” If you don’t make a move, they disappear.
based on looks, hobbies, sexual orientation, and other factors, and sends over a hand-picked match. If you so choose, you can open the lines of communication with that person and make sweet, sweet fire sauce. With the added element of pressure, will the one they send you be the one or just someone?
If you’re reading this right now and seething over the fact that came out well before 2015, keep calm. This $9.99 upgrade takes Tinder to the next level and targets travelers by allowing users to choose from 140 places around the globe to discover people and chat (or more) before you arrive at your destination.
Is it a dating app? Or a new means to hang out in a group setting? Either way, it definitely leads to some damn good times. Here’s how it works: you form a squad with your buds and swipe on other “” in the area. Once you find a group of people who look like they can party as hard (or as little) as you, message them and find a place to meet. What happens next is up to you guys, but just know that it’s pretty hard to organize an eight-person orgy.
Better stick to drinks. There are dating apps for everybody out there -- literally everybody, including intense Disney fans. is a new dating site dedicated to connecting lovers of all things Mickey Mouse and "happily ever after." In order match your beauty with your beast (lol) users are asked about their favorite Disney songs, shopping habits, and whether or not they hold a pass to any of the local Disney theme parks.
You know when you write a word so many times that it actually loses meaning? Disney. Disney. Disney. Try saying it outloud.
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