There’s also a journey planner featuring easy, moderate and fast routes to satisfy all cycling tribes.
Free Here’s an app that will have booze hounds raising their glasses.
The original dating app was once the place for social introverts to meet their significant other.
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.
Night Capp is a map that pinpoints more than 1,500 London watering holes that stay open past 11.30pm.
It also shows users when a bar is about to close by highlighting it in orange. Free Promising to introduce women to ‘a lesbian that hasn’t slept with any of your friends’, this revamped dating app includes queer-themed news and blogs, upcoming event notices and an improved algorithm-matching system.
But if you’ve recently abandoned the idea of meeting someone IRL and are just just getting into the game of swiping left and right, how do you know where to start?
Which apps are for romance and which are for casual fun?
It’s all perfectly simple – you like the Pixies and Suede? People of all genders and sexual orientations are welcome.
Well, here are a bunch of other people that do too. Bristlr: if you like your men hairy (or you are a hairy man) Do you like beards? It’s even open to those who are simply beard-curious.
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.