Gone are the days of sitting in a room, speed dating – your next true love is just a swipe away.
Although it was started by one of the brains behind Tinder, Bumble operates differently.
You still swipe left or right, but for heterosexual dating, women have to make the first move.
Once we’re out of school, it’s notoriously hard to make friends as adults.
Luckily, technology has streamlined the process, and finding people with similar interests – without romantic entanglement – has never been easier.
So if you’re looking to find new friends in a city, simply choose a landmark you’re interested in—say, a hiking trail or local café—and then you’ll have a list of potential friends who have also been there.
Plus, you can filter out all the people who can’t take photos well.
We Chat is China’s largest social network, but it has expanded to the rest of the world.
One difference that sets it apart from Facebook is its "people nearby" feature, which allows you to find other We Chat users nearby.
This is designed to make it a friendlier experience for women, who are all too often bombarded with raunchy messages on other apps. Known as Bumble BFF, it allows you to find people of either gender to meet as friends.