Price: Free (i OS, Android) Bumble is a dating app that flips traditional dating rules around by only allowing women to make the first move.
It works like Tinder, with matches occuring when both people swipe "yes." But Bumble's twist is that the woman has to be the one to start the conversation — and matches disappear after 24 hours (though there is a feature where men can extend one match per day a further 24 hours). is an app with a single purpose: to ask your friend out for a beer.
Like the app Yo, it's a little silly in its simplicity. " This app is for when you really just need to get a drink with someone.
Price: Free (i OS, Android) Hinge is a dating app that works by matching you only with people in your extended social network.
Bon Appetour is an app that connects travelers — or even locals — to great "home restaurants" in a city.It's sort of like Cragslist "Missed Connections," but you can search by your flight information.Sure, it's a long shot, but what do you have to lose?Sure, there are your coworkers, but mixing work and play isn't always healthy — nor is it preferred after you've already spent 40-plus hours a week together.
Finding people who share your interests takes far more effort (Do I join a yoga studio? ), and often requires more time, money, and energy than many of us feel capable of at the end of a long work day.Enter the world of friend dating, an entirely platonic, swipe right, swipe left approach to finding your next BFF.