10 Dating Apps To Try In 2021

Apr 15, 2021
06:00 P.M.
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The state of the dating game in the middle of a pandemic has proven to be, well, vastly different. But dating apps are now designed to cater to all kinds of preferences.


While trips outside have become largely to run errands or get about essential business, the likelihood of bumping into your subsequent love interest has gone down.

If you, like many others, have been bored with dating lately, you might want to try out a dating app to bring the romance back into your life. Here are ten, including some of the classics, and for the very particular tastes, to give a go this year:


Photo by Mika Baumeister on Unsplash

Photo by Mika Baumeister on Unsplash


Good old classic Tinder. While it's possibly the most popular dating app of recent years, it also has a diverse user selection. Some are on the app for a good time and not a long time; nevertheless, one may also build a long-lasting connection.



Upon finding a match, Bumble allows women to make the first move by initiating the conversation with heterosexual matchups. The app encourages contact by giving a twenty-four-hour limit for responding to a match. The app is also attractive primarily to people under thirty-five as an alternative to Tinder.



Hinge may be more of the ideal option for those who are over casual dating, so to speak. The app uses algorithms to find your perfect matches depending on your given information. In their words, it's the app that's "designed to be deleted."



Grindr is target to "gay, bi, trans and queer people." Since its launch in 2009, it has reportedly become the most popular gay mobile app.



By queer women, for queer women. Her was created as a social media app to connect queer women with other queer women to find love and fun.



OkCupid provides in-depth profiles and even calculates and shows you your Match/Enemy percentage ratio. This feature is designed to help you assess the possible compatibility based on the information provided by users.

The League


Just as the name implies, The League considers one's job title and the college they attended to find their match. The "elite dating app" requires users to apply and provide their Linkedin account. Depending on your location, you might end up on a waiting list for this app.



For the non-monogamous and polyamorous, there's Feeld. The app welcomes all gender identities and is open to various sexual preferences.



If matching up with a cutie prompts you to send screenshots to the pals' group chat instantly, Ship is just for you. The app allows your friends to weigh in on your potential match before you sail off into the sunset or crash into an iceberg.


Lumen is targeted to the daters age fifty and above. The site also tries to minimize the number of catfish by verifying photos on every profile.

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