This may seem a bit demoralizing for you, but if you’re really looking to use an app to meet a potential partner, The Grade is worth a shot.
Bumble Bumble is like Tinder—only it’s designed to navigate around the common harassment-like annoyances from men and silence from women that plague the popular dating app.
They do this by keeping track of where you are (in real time), and when another user passes a spot you’ve been to before, their profile will pop up on your feed.
Like, Tinder, you can only talk to each other if you’ve mutually “liked” each other’s profiles.
The whole point is to make connections and meet new people, after all.
So, once two people swipe right, and mutually opt to initiate a connection, they’re added to each other’s “hive” of connections. You can extend the connection for an additional 24 hours if, based solely on her profile, you feel like she’s The One. Sizzl is the dating app from Oscar Mayer (yes, the brand that brings you bologna lunch meat) that connects bacon lovers everywhere.
Founder Dan Ilani told am New York that with the influx of Tinder-esque dating apps popping up in the marketplace, there’s been a reduction of quality matches.
But let’s backtrack: To score, you can choose a specific category and start answering questions with someone whose profile you scrolled through.
Score will show you how you scored with one another, which clues you in on whether you’re compatible.
Depending on what you’re looking for, you can download an app that’ll geo-locate women who cross paths with your daily wanderings, women who love bacon (yeah, that’s a new one from Oscar Mayer), and women you’re compatible with based on humor. SWEATT Stop trying to pick women up at the gym and download SWEATT instead.
The new app, exclusive to New York City, is hitting i Tunes early next week.