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The trouble with being successful is people are perhaps less discerning, as they know there are always other options a swipe away, but what they do, they do well, and Tinder isn’t going anywhere yet.Looks like there really is no more Mr Nice Guy, as Bumble’s efforts to filter out the creeps have been rather too successful.Out of all the quirky dating apps to have come and gone since the digital sex-plosion of the late Noughties, Tinder has managed to stick around.It’s that comforting old blanket we wrap ourselves in, brilliant in its simplicity – swipe this way, or that, wait for a bit, then go on a date.Bumble’s USP was that guys can express an interest but only women can start the conversation.Apparently this is a problem because many women are simply sick of having to do all the chatting. What Match has going for it may seem like a disadvantage at first – it charges members a fee to use.Badoo has been around for years, but never quite hit the dizzy heights of the major apps, despite boasting over 380 million users across the world.What’s set them apart most recently is a facial recognition feature that lets users upload a photo of anything (within reason, I assume) and Badoo will find someone who matches that description. I wonder how many people tried this with a photo of Angelina Jolie, or their dog, or a tomato, just to see…
Like Grindr, but you get to see more pics upfront and can see who potential crushes have been favouriting, so you get an idea of their type and get to see if you’re in with a chance.
If you’re a hopeless romantic or enjoy the mild peril that comes from potential opportunities missed, Happn uses your current location to tell you which of your matches have been in and around your area, wherever you happen to be.