Because the app is proximity-based, it also make things easier when it comes to setting up the date.
The serial dater: I loved the idea of this app, every morning on my way to work I crossed paths with the same guy, but I was never brave enough to ask him out.
The expert: I like the fact there is an external human element to this app.
I would always recommend using a dating service where someone is actually screening people for their compatibility.
If you're tired of swiping right and ending up with another creep, Tinder isn't the only dating app out there, there's a huge variety of apps to choose from.
Dating may be tricky but most mobile apps operate the same way.
But of course, not all dating apps are created equal; which is why we've turned to dating coach and relationship expert David Kavanagh as well as our in-house serial dater to give us their verdict on the apps that deserve to take up space on your home screen.
I really like the idea of just investing in one person every day, and honestly, between work commitments and my social life, I don't have the time to talk to six different guys.
I loved this app, I was really excited to see who I would be matched with each day - if you're looking for a relationship, this is the place to start. The chances are you’re thinking of something which resembles a carrier bag: unsexy and funny looking, and definitely not at the cutting edge of technology.
A dating app that reduces the chance of harassment? The expert: I really like the idea of this app because it creates a safe environment for women online.
It's also the perfect opportunity for women to take control. I find that women are more cautious when it comes to initiating contact but this could be the perfect way to eradicate the 'damsel in distress' attitude, where women are seen as 'needing a man' to take the lead.