A women-centric new app that launched this past Fall, Bumble is similar to the Tinder format except that women need to make the first move 24 hours after a match is made or the connection disappears forever.
So we have put together the top 10 dating apps that you should be ready to download in 2015.
Basically a newer version of Missed Connections Craigslist, it matches you with people you walk by who are on the same app, and then if you both like each other, you can contact each other.
A great way to filter through the empty swipes and bots.
Less random than Tinder, Hinge users only get matched with friends of friends, which seems like a safer and cooler way to match than with random people.
It’s a great way to weed out the creeper messages that women tend to get more, but also promotes better online dating behavior and not hiding behind a profile.
Siren is a Q&A platform and based on the answers to the questions the women asks, she can then control who can see them in the app.
It also features a question of the day, to which users can answer and see each other’s answers to generate conversations.
Finally, for women, there’s the feature of a “siren call,” which allows for an announcement to basically call out to all the gentlemen in the app.
Although it isn’t as high frequency as Tinder, for example, it is typically for more serious daters and people generally seem more engaged on the app.