Whether you're mind-numbingly bored, want to expand your current dating pool, or simply want to add yet another dating app to your repertoire, there are seemingly endless apps to choose from.
Check out my top 5 dating app picks and feel free to text Tinder to say you're just not feeling it anymore.
I've been hearing my girlfriends discuss their wins and losses with a variety of online-dating phone apps, so I'm breaking down the newest means of tech-based courtship.
The magnetic pull of dating app addiction seems to have sucked unsuspecting Millennials in faster than you can say "let's hook up." When you live in a huge metropolitan area like LA, Chicago, or NYC, it might seem that, despite being surrounded by people, it's impossible to actually meet someone that you could see yourself dating.
Hinge uses your real-life network (and by "real life" I mean Facebook) to find potential matches that aren't necessarily sketchy strangers.
It hooks you up with friends of friends, so the people you're chatting with can be vouched for by people you trust.
Plus, reading typo-ridden messages and profiles is half the fun of Ok Cupid, so you can do that to kill time on the subway, even if the more serious "soulmate search" isn't your cup of tea.
Even if you're surrounded by people, thanks to dating apps, there's now the undeniable feeling that you could be missing out on someone better who's only a few subway stops away.
While that may create a culture that's never satisfied, it nevertheless has its benefits: Namely, you're never out of options.
This app could basically be renamed "Stalkr," but that doesn't stop it from being a personal favorite of mine.
By turning on your location services, the app shows you people you've "crossed paths with," within one city-block.