Cara Delevingne, Ruby Rose and Elijah Wood are all reported to be members of Raya, the world’s most exclusive dating app.
Getting on there, however, is harder than finding a great date. Tastebuds: to meet a fellow hipster What if there was a dating app that provided potential matches based on musical listening preferences?
You’ll have to be very beautiful, very successful and have 5,000-plus Instagram followers to get in. Now there is: Tastebuds acts as a social music network that pairs you up with people who regularly listen to the same bands as you. ) Tastebuds scans your local music library, adding your ‘favourite’ artists to your account.
You are then matched with others users based on the artists you both like. Bristlr is basically a niche dating pool of exclusively bearded men, and people who want to date them.
But if you’ve recently abandoned the idea of meeting someone IRL and are just just getting into the game of swiping left and right, how do you know where to start?
It also shows users when a bar is about to close by highlighting it in orange. Free Promising to introduce women to ‘a lesbian that hasn’t slept with any of your friends’, this revamped dating app includes queer-themed news and blogs, upcoming event notices and an improved algorithm-matching system.Earlier this year, Vanity Fair declared Tinder as the ultimate place that twentysomethings go to “hit it and quit it”, claiming that the app was solely responsible for a “dating apocalypse”.While die-hard romantics might agree, others say the app has revolutionised the process of hunting down no-strings fun at relatively little expense. But the pickier you are, the fewer matches you’ll receive, so if you’re looking for a casual hookup - get swiping.The tool basically works by swiping yes or no based on each user’s picture. Bumble: to meet the nice guy Bumble’s USP is that it challenges female users to make the first move, basically eliminating the bro-culture of other dating platforms.In traditional apps, when women match with guys, the unspoken rule is that they hesitate to initiate a conversation for fear of seeming weird or desperate. Its founder Whitney Wolfe told us that her feminist matchmaking tool is designed to reset the “heteronormative rules in our current landscape”, giving women the power to message their matches without stigma. Someone who’s on board with the idea of evening out the romantic playing field. Coffee Meets Bagel: to meet 'The One' It’s been described as “the anti-Tinder” - and with good reason too. Happn: to meet the girl at your local coffee shop Got your eye on your local barista? The French app plays on natural serendipity by flagging mutual interests in real time.Free This new startup, which reckons it’s ‘Tinder for food’, pledges to narrow down your choice of lunchbreak destinations.