Spring has finally sprung and love is in the air! Or pollen. It might just be pollen in the air. Either way, this is arguably one of the best times of the year to try online dating, since folks aren't distracted with summer vacations or the winter holidays. With that in mind, here are the best and OK-est dating apps to try out. My recommendations are based primarily on my own dating-app experiences as a woman.
Asymmetrical app, similar to Antidate. Susie Lee, the founder of the app, recently paired up with Durex Labs to work on mobile sex technology. One of my personal favourites, though yet to pick up much traction in London, Spark works on bluetooth so you can use it underground. If not, the spark disappears at the end of the day. The app lets you know if there are other singles in your close proximity.
Today when everything else has gone digital, why not dating? Albeit not new, using dating apps for real-life dating is an incredible idea that has become successful for many young enthusiasts. Finding the perfect match that lives to your expectations is never easy; however, dedicated mobile dating apps come handy when it comes to meeting people in your area just using a fingertip. Unlike a few years ago when computer was the only resort for virtual social engagements, mobile apps with location sensors has given match seekers a comfortable, discreet solution. From casual hookups and long-term relationships to summer romance or just intimate friendship, the dating apps for Android and iOS devices are here to help.