Swipe left, swipe right – aren’t you tired of that? But who said that dating is easy? Fortunately, not all dating apps are based on the same principle. How should the ideal app look in the 21st century? Modern, convenient, bug-free, and, well, there should be at least few of them because we are all different, as well as our requirements. If you’re all about searching for love or like-minded people but not using traditional criteria, then our selection of apps is for you.
Hater: Let’s hate it together
They say that there’s only one step from love to hate. But why not move in the opposite direction? The Hater app suggests finding a person who will share your hatred to ugly dogs, Mass Effect: Andromeda, fans of flat Earth theory, or a thousand different options. Hater works almost as same as Tinder does – you get to choose your potential matches. But instead of people, you choose objects/situations/phenomena that beset you. And based on these answers, you’ll be offered a person in your area, who shares your antipathy.
Bristlr: You’ll love my beard
This service is not for those, who suffer from pogonophobia (fear of bearded people) because it’s created for those, who wear a beard and appreciate nice-looking facial hair. CNBC gave Bristlr app the title of “Tinder for the bearded.” Beard-lovers should also have their own place to meet chicks, who are crazy about brutal men.
Geek Dating Amino: I’m a geek to the bone
Do you know the feeling when your buddies don’t understand what you’re talking about, and there’s no one to discuss the best hardware for Bitcoin mining or laugh at jokes from The Big Bang Theory? Then you’re not alone – there’s a service called Geek Dating Amino that will totally suit your needs. It not only helps to find friends or love by interests but also tells how to communicate with the opposite sex. Want to know how to deal with gorgeous women? This service is a great source of info on that. Here you can give advice to other geeks or learn something from them. In general, it’s an encyclopedia of dating and not just a simple app.
Dine: Let’s meet where I like
And what if you’re skeptical about dating apps and don’t believe in love at first sight? There are also apps for guys like you. The philosophy of Dine is to save users from banal and boring messaging and immediately appoint a meeting at a convenient time and in a spot that both like.
Yeezy dating: Do you like my playlist?
Who’s the most ingenious of all geniuses? If you’re thinking about John Williams, then your soul mate is most likely waiting for you on the new app called Yeezy dating which was launched not so long ago. For maximum convenience, you not only find someone who loves the works of this composer (just like you) but narrow down the search to fans of a particular movie. We should warn you, though, that the fans of Taylor Swift aren’t welcome here for some reason. Perhaps they should create their own dating app and team up with fans of the writer with a similar name to avoid confusion.
Cuddli: If Geek Dating Amino isn’t enough
The creators of Cuddli insist that their dating application is perfect for geeks. After all, programmers, game developers, and cosplayers also have a right to privacy. However, externally and functionally Cuddli doesn’t differ from other dating services: you can check out pictures, search by interests, ask people out, create events, and all that. But here, instead of asking a companion out on a simple date, you go catching Pokemon together, discuss new comics, and discuss the latest build of favorite applications. If you ever used something like that, you’ll handle Cuddli easily.