The app is a leap of faith since you don't know who will join your event (it's also very new, so its pool of users doesn't seem very big yet), but it might be worth a try if you're burnt out on other options.
Mingle2Instead of swiping, Mingle2 has users tap a heart to indicate that they like someone.
Wild Wild is an aptly named app for someone seeking a no strings attached situation.
The free app lets you browse anonymously and has photo verification so you know if your match is real or not — catfishers beware.
And if you're unsure about taking things offline with a match, Tingle also lets you video and voice chat with matches in real time so you can get to know them better before exchanging digits. The purpose of the app (free on i OS), which was founded by a former Ok Cupid employee, is to get people off their phones and on an IRL date. to indicate you're interested in going out that night.The app shows you others who are also interested in going out.Select people you'd like to meet and Tonight sets things up for you, even going so far as to pick a cool spot to meet. The sole downside is that the app is currently only live in Manhattan and Brooklyn.Unlike most other apps that have you log in through Facebook, Beacon has you log in with your Twitter account.You can create "events" — see if others want to meet up for a drink or pool for a Lyft — and then either limit the invite to mutual Twitter followers or make it public.Then, check out trending conversations among people located nearby and join discussions centered around specific categories, such as travel and events, food, and fashion and lifestyle.