Coffee Meets Bagel’s radical focus is on the quality of matches it offers, rather than an endless sea of faces you find yourself vacantly swiping through elsewhere. It works as simply as this: every time you cross paths with someone in real life, their profile shows up on your timeline.Every day, you’ll be offered just one single ‘holy grail’ match based on information you’ve already inputted on your tastes, preferences and hobbies. It captures other users within a 250m radius of your own smartphone, giving you a cross section of Londoners around you - and potentially your coffee house crush.‘Join, reserve, unlock and drive’ — it really is that simple.The capital’s preferred car club’s app gives 24/7 access to cars and vans in your neighbourhood and lets you extend or cancel reservations on the go.Where will you find an enduring love and where will you bag yourself a cursory bedroom buddy?Here’s how the confusing virtual landscape of modern love looks today.
Getting on there, however, is harder than finding a great date. Tastebuds: to meet a fellow hipster What if there was a dating app that provided potential matches based on musical listening preferences?
You’ll have to be very beautiful, very successful and have 5,000-plus Instagram followers to get in. Now there is: Tastebuds acts as a social music network that pairs you up with people who regularly listen to the same bands as you. ) Tastebuds scans your local music library, adding your ‘favourite’ artists to your account.
You are then matched with others users based on the artists you both like. Bristlr is basically a niche dating pool of exclusively bearded men, and people who want to date them.
The original dating app was once the place for social introverts to meet their significant other.
Now it’s a tool for swiftly finding an insignificant one-night stand - whether you're straight, gay, bi, transgender or gender-fluid.