You can also specify ahead of time who will pay or whether you will split the date.
Other users will express interest and you can sort through the profiles to pick the lucky winner.
So, if there are red flags that you can identify ahead of time through messaging in other apps, you won't get that here.
Still, the concept is an interesting one and a nice change from the exhausting back-and-forth of arranging a date.
Or, find a date in your feed that you'd like to go on.
This is essentially a (nearly) blind dating app for the 21st century.
The App: Badoo The Pitch: “Meet New People, Chat, Socialize”What we think: If you want your celeb crush to become a reality, Badoo might be the app for you.
While you won't really end up with Chris Evans, Jake Gyllenhaal, or Chris Pratt, you could get pretty close.The App: Taffy The Pitch: "The chat-first way to meet new people"What we think: The more you get to know someone, the more you see the real them, right? Your photo and all other users' photos on the app remain blurry until a series of messages are exchanged.Instead of swiping based on looks, you'll see "catchy headlines" and short bios that will hopefully pique your interest and lead you to kick off a chat. The App: Cuddli The Pitch: "Find That Geeky Special Someone"What We Think: Cuddli targets Marvel fan communities and those who prefer to spend their weekends playing Magic.The App: Klique The Pitch: "Meet New People, With Friends By Your Side."What we think: Like almost every other dating app out there, Klique lets you create a profile and swipe for nearby matches. After you start a chat with a match you can both invite friends to join the chat and make plans as a group.While this is nice in theory, it feels like a waste of time and a bit odd.Why not just make plans with your match to go out and agree that you'll both invite friends to come along? It takes all the endless swiping out of your hands and lets your friends — who know what you like and can be more objective — do all the leg work.