There’s a plethora of dating apps out there, and they all try to differentiate themselves from each other, and some manage to do that, but when it comes down to it, they all do the same thing: replicate the already terrible process of finding a date in real life.
Some though, do it better than most, and some hookup apps target different segments of the dating market; there are apps for finding people to hook up with, apps for long term relationships, and apps for those looking for semi-casual, short-term dating. Here are the three apps for every type of relationship: Pure, Coffee Meets Bagel, and Tinder.
It’s a simple hook up app that let you connect to the people nearby you. But unlike Tinder, you don’t have to connect to the Facebook, Twitter or any other social media profile which gives it an edge.
You can use any fake name and upload your pic, that’s it, you’re good to go.
But while dating apps and websites might help people find lasting connections in the digital world, there are those who are looking for less formal, less polite ways to hook up.
It allows posters up to submit up to 200 characters which can be view by their closest 500 “Yakkers,” determined by GPS tracking.Here’s how it works; you sign in, and create a profile that’s basically just a selfie, and after that your mission is to find someone near you who wants to hookup.Each post you make is like a shoutout about you, and it lasts one hour; users near you will see your selfie, and if they’re interested you’ll be sent a notification and you can set up a meeting time if you like them back. Not everyone is into casual sex, and if you’re the type to date people long-term, I’d recommend downloading Coffee Meets Bagel.Because you are matched with a stranger, there is a high risk that the stranger will be a sexual predator.Whisper– Just two short years ago, a 12-year-old girl was raped by man she met while using this app.in the 21st century, it's pretty easy to get laid.