From apps that connect stoners, to a way for Disney fans to meet up and... do whatever Disney fans do, these apps are a welcome alternative to the hell that is talking to strangers at a bar.
The best (and worst) part of the Internet is the level of anonymity associated with basically anything you do...
Mouse Mingle is a new dating site dedicated to connecting lovers of all things Mickey Mouse and "happily ever after." In order match your beauty with your beast (lol) users are asked about their favorite Disney songs, shopping habits, and whether or not they hold a pass to any of the local Disney theme parks.
You know when you write a word so many times that it actually loses meaning?
Providing everything works out in your favor, you’ll end up in the same state in the bedroom as you do on the treadmill: covered in sweat. If you think that some relationships are “written in the stars,” then you’re going to want to jump on Align.
If you’re reading this right now and seething over the fact that Tinder came out well before 2015, keep calm. Either way, it definitely leads to some damn good times.
This .99 upgrade takes Tinder to the next level and targets travelers by allowing users to choose from 140 places around the globe to discover people and chat (or more) before you arrive at your destination. Here’s how it works: you form a squad with your buds and swipe on other “squads” in the area.
If you so choose, you can open the lines of communication with that person and make sweet, sweet fire sauce.
With the added element of pressure, will the one they send you be the one or just someone?
Fliqpic is a video dating app where you can text, flirt, and -- you know -- actually meet a person before you have sex with them.