The best online dating sites have survived the test of time, and many of us are guilty of a Sunday night swipe session when The Fear still hasn’t passed and Monday Dread kicks in.But instead of the traditional drinks-and-a-movie hook up, more and more of us are downloading apps that promise no strings sex (which could lead to astral sex…) Interested?
The idea behind this is that only you and your partner can watch your previous bedroom antics together.
Always wanted a threesome but never known where to find that special (extra) someone? 3nder works much like Tinder; log on through Facebook (there’s an option to change your name), choose the composition of your group (2 1, or 1 1 1) and swipe through hundreds of potential matches in your area.
Pictures of potential matches in your area appear on your screen and you like what you see, swipe right. If both parties swipe right, you’ll match and can start a convo. They’ve also introduced a new paid tier called Tinder Plus, where you’ll be able to undo a swipe left and super like to your heart’s content.
Tinder Plus has also helped make holiday-goers dreams come true by introducing a new features called Tinder Passport, which allows you to swipe on people anywhere in the world. You’re likely to be invited out for a drink rather than just round for sex.
Definitely helps you on your no strings sex quest, but be warned – the men we came across were of a lower quality than Blendr.
One man’s profile picture was of a photo of his erect penis. Although Tinder promotes itself as a dating app, many people use it as a hook-up tool.This app has the ease of tinder, and much like that, most of the fun lies in the swiping. Guys take a selfie and post it along with what they’re watching.Once you’ve matched, how things proceed is up to you. If a girl likes both offerings, she fires back a selfie mimicking his, opening up a chat.We’re not sure how likely it is that there’s someone fanciable on your flight who also has this app.But if you want to start your holiday romance before you’ve even left UK airspace, it’s probably the best place to start.Its ‘radar’ system obscures where you are and you have to ‘wink’ at users before they can view your profile.