Use Her to meet friends, find hookups, find a wife—whatever. What you might not like: A lot of the app is blocked off unless you're a premium user, so if you're not willing to pay to 15 per month, you're stuck with the free version. Profiles are based around answers to a few questions generated by the app, and you can get attention by Liking or commenting on various aspects of a person's profile. What's great about it: Hinge is doing a lot to stay on the cutting edge, including the recent launch of an anti-ghosting feature that's designed to remind a match to continue the conversation (or in other words, a not-so-gentle nudge to remind them you exist).
), you may have experienced the particularly effed-up déjà vu of seeing someone you've already swiped on reappear in your feed. We’re living at a time when finding a partner via our phones is as common as hitting on someone at a bar, if not more common. For millennials in particular, that percentage grew to 30 percent.Same, but none of us are rich enough for that (just assuming), and so Ship, a new-ish dating app from the Betches crew, does the next best thing: let your coupled-up friends find matches for you. What's great about it: Ship eliminates your friends hating the next partner you introduce them to, because they've already met them (and helped you choose them) in the app.The app lets single users invite their non-single friends to join, and then all of you are in a group chat where you can discuss intriguing profiles and swipe together. What you might not like: If you're super private about your dating life (fair) or you have friends with wildly different taste in partners than yours, maybe keep this option off your phone.
Also, what a great test of friendship: If your BFF can't successfully set you up, who can?