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.
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.
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.
You don’t need Facebook to log into this one and can choose a nickname.
It’s very specific gender and kink-wise, so the potential is there to find your perfect partner.
Bumble calls itself a feminist app; for any matches that happen, the woman must start the chat within 24 hours, or it disappears.
Pressure is high with that time limit – but it helps you quickly figure out whether that guy is worth the initial message. Who cares what’s at the end of the plane journey, with this app the fun starts before you even land.
Wingman lets you connect with others on your flight, giving you the chance for a sneaky in-flight get-together.
We’re not sure how likely it is that there’s someone fanciable on your flight who also has this app.
It links you up to singles who are up for sex in your postcode but remember, the more info you put on about yourself, the more you can see about others.
Its ‘radar’ system obscures where you are and you have to ‘wink’ at users before they can view your profile.
It features 24 hours of battery life and claims to be a 'mini-disco on the move'.