Hitch Hitch (free, i OS and Android) is centered around shared interests.Start off by making a profile as you would on any other dating app.Dance clubs and dive bars may have worked in the '90s, but now, even if you’re out, your phone is a much easier way to find someone to "watch Netflix and chill" with (especially someone you won’t regret tomorrow).And the great thing is, whether you prefer chatting extensively with your new crush first or a little fantasy in your play, there are diverse options to suit your every whim and desire. 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.You can also "nudge" someone, which is similar to when you'd "poke" your crush on Facebook in ninth grade.
The app's bold slogan is "Tinder minus marriage-minded daters." Given Casualx's more risqué selling point, there are additional safety features built in, such as a pattern lock that only you know the sequence to unlock.The app lets you swipe for a match in typical Tinder fashion, but also gives you the option of having it set up a date for you, taking out all the annoying, never-ending messages.You can also filter by relationship intention or pick one of the in-person mixers that other app members have indicated they're going to. The app (free on i OS) is similar to others in that you create an "Ad profile" with photos (you can set them to private or public), and your first name and age.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.