Bro New app bro is for gay men who want longterm relationships – something which perhaps differentiates it from the casual reputations of Grindr and Gaydar. Binger This app is currently just a glint in its creator’s eye (and no, it’s not an April Fool! The premise is to match people based on their online TV viewing – or box set binges (hence the name).
(For those who haven’t seen it yet, the still above is from their new TV advert) Elimi Polish dating app which lets women set Truth or Dare-like challenges for potential matches.
F is for Fuzzy Banter One of the oddest named dating apps around, Fuzzy Banter is the first of a number of dating apps in the A-Z focussed on your voice.
The app, created in London by lawyer Hatty Kingsley-Miller, is designed to deal with a number of the issues she experienced when she herself dated online.
Are Your Interested Available on both desktop and as an app, ‘AYI’ focusses on mutual Facebook friends and shared interests. Anamo According to the apps store, there’s a dating app called ‘Anamo’.
With new dating apps appearing every week, it can be hard to navigate your way from one catchy one-word app to the next.
And yet most coverage of the world of dating apps (rather sadly! After searching long and hard to see if there was a definitive list of all the dating apps available to us in 2015, I realised there wasn’t one … Here on 30 Dates, over the next few days, I’ll be covering every remotely-dated app I’ve ever heard of … Yes, this list will probably be out of date within minutes …
Clover Currently only available in the States, the USP of Clover is that you can send a date suggestion – including place, day and time, to someone on the app, and they can either agree or turn you down.
A slightly braver step in the world of passive rejection. The lesbian dating app was rebranded HER at the start of this year. Because, yet again, no dating app can be described without the infamous T word. Apparently, in a similar way to Uber’s screening of drivers, the Dating Ring screens members.
As the PR strapline says it’s an app for “those with beards to those who want to stroke beards”. Bumble This app has received huge media attention, because the face of it is Whitney Woolf – the Tinder co-founder who sued the app for sexual harassment.