If you like someone’s Tinder profile pic, you swipe right.
If you don’t, you swipe left, and a picture of a different single appears.
How it works: Similar to Tinder, the app alerts you to singles in your area and your age range, and you swipe left or right depending on whether you like the look of someone. Men must be invited by a female friend to join — which hopefully means less creepy messages.
At the very least, you can be sure you won’t find Anthony Weiner on this one.
Best for: Lesbians or bisexual women, especially Pinterest lovers.
How it works: Grindr, the location-based dating app for gay men, has been around since 2009.
Now there’s an equivalent for lesbians and bisexual women.
The profiles are verified — by logging in via Facebook — so users know there are no dudes lurking in the mix.
In addition to matching women — which you can do by playing low-pressure games like “Would you rather” — Dattch also has a Pinterest-like feature that allows you to fill your profile with pictures of your favorite hobbies, foods and travel spots.
Best for: Users who like to begin dates by saying, “So, how do you know so-and-so?
Not long after Grindr launches Grindr for straits, New York and Canada-based mobile startup Singles Around Me (SAM) today announced Gays Around Me (GAM).