Not that we’re saying you need apps to get a date. But there’s nothing wrong with that, and there’s nothing wrong not going out on a date on Valentine’s Day either. It’s actually the perfect opportunity to catch up with the guys and/or girls who don’t have dates themselves.
But, if you want to go out on a date on this Hallmark holiday, then better hurry and download these Valentine’s Day apps now.
Valentine’s DayÂ apps to help you out
Let’s get it over with. Tinder is the first thing that comes to mind.
Everyone’s on Tinder – well, according to the developers, more than 9 billion matches have been made via the app. 9 effin’ billion. Whew!
Just in case you don’t have Tinder, here’s a quick tour:
- Tinder shows you interesting people you should meet.
- Swipe right to like and left to pass on each recommendation (your swipe is anonymous). And now, with a Swipe Up, you can Super Like someone, letting them know before they swipe that you’re especially interested in connecting with them.
- If you like someone, and they like you back, you’re both notified that it’s a match! You can chat with your matches inside of Tinder.
Meetup isn’t solely focused on finding a date, but caters to practically any interest. For Valentine’s Day, though, you may find someone who has the same passion(s) as you do. Who knows, they might be the one!
Note: this isn’t as simple as Tinder. You have to have a subscription to organize a meetup, so better read the Terms and Conditions and don’t do a tl;dr.
Hinge is like meeting a friend of a friend of a friend…hitting it off, and you know the rest of the story. Hinge makes use of your existing social networks to curate “selections” and the more you use it, the more accurate it becomes. So you better start now.
Let’s not make your life overly complicated with a slew of apps. With these three, your chances of finding a date in several weeks should be decent. Good luck!
P.S. If you don’t find one, settle in for an awesome night with your Apple TV and these 4 must-have apps.