Girl help on dating
Bumble (Android, i OS) aims to let you make new dates or friends in your area.
With this app, the queen bee (any female) must make the first move after two people mutually connect and are part of each other’s hive.
Tinder (Android, i OS) blazed the trail, set by Grindr, toward a world of swipe and scroll dating apps.
You sign up with Facebook or Instagram accounts, and then view a stream of activity from other verified Her users both in your area and globally.
There’s not much time to waste — there’s just 24 hours to make some kind of contact or the connection disappears forever.
For same-sex connections or friendships, either person has to make a move within 24 hours before that connection is gone, though you can get a 24-hour extension.
You create a simple profile with a handful of photos and a few sentences about yourself, then throw yourself at the Internet's mercy. If you like one, swipe the photo to the right; otherwise, swipe to the left.
If you both swipe right, you can send messages and set something up.
If the attraction is mutual, then the app will set you up with a 7-day chat window and icebreaker.