Who it's for: Singles who want a more curated, in-depth dating experience while staying inside the chill vibe of a hip, minimalistic app. Best for queer women tired of heteronormative apps. Similar to other traditional players, OKCupid has in-depth user bios, but profile building isn't long or tedious at all — the questions are smart and not mushy and they're genuinely fun to answer.
The interface is also relatively user-friendly, with large photos and clean text. Hinge Hinge hinges on sorry the fact that you have a Facebook account. Users can either express their interest in other singles, look through upcoming events or browse groups they are joined to view other like-minded singles.
The idea is to create a more laid-back atmosphere for men seeking a match while giving Pickable's women customers more control over their experience. Happn has some nifty integrations — you can use Facebook to set up your profile, hook up your Instagram account to automatically add photos, and add Spotify to see if your musical tastes align.
If you're tired of getting signals crossed or dread being asked "What are we? Each day, men see 21 potential matches and women see five.