Only women can initiate conversations on the app, meaning that dudes have to make a very good first impression.
If you don’t respond to a message in 24 hours, it’s automatically deleted.
College is a great place to get your sexual ya-yas out, and if you’re just looking for a hook-up, the hot new app is called Pure.
It’s one of the most minimalist apps on this list, letting users upload only a single selfie to their profile.
The company also was the first to require photo verification – you have to snap a shot in a specific pose to prove that you’re the same person on your profile, cutting down on scammers and creeps.
All of these apps are designed for today’s short attention span world, but sometimes you can’t get a sense for somebody’s dateability without talking to them.
Heading back to college after a long, hot summer is a great opportunity to kindle a new romance, and modern technology has made hooking up easier than it’s ever been.
Your cellular phone can connect you with potential dating partners across a number of different vectors, and before you check in to the dorm, you should load them up and start swiping.
One of the most troubling elements of these dating apps is the amount of time they can suck out of your life – Tinder reports that the average user spends over an hour each and every day swiping left or right.
If you swipe right on someone and they swipe right on you, you’re allowed to chat each other up and potentially deepen the relationship.
Everybody you know is on this, so you probably should be too.
Spree handles that – when you connect with someone, you have a 90-second video chat window to close the deal before it deletes your connection.
If both parties are into it after a minute and a half of conversation, dating can proceed.