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Now because it is location based it’s also very handy for those that want “a quick hook up” and nothing more.
Hence there are a lot of guys on there that are after one thing and one thing only.
If you are concerned like I was that being on there is “sad” or not something to admit in public then I would challenge you do try it out. Again, the app is only as good as what you put into it. Like POF tinder a simpler app designed to “match” people based on their personalities and likes/dislikes.
Tinder asks you to complete a survey and provide as much information about you as possible so that it can create a list of possible matches for you and ask you to “like” or “not quite right” profiles that it presents to you.
But actually, if you’re looking for something different then POF could be for you.
I gave it up for two years when I was with my boyfriend and didn’t miss it but now that I’m single again it does become a little habit. Grindr sells itself as “the best gay dating app” and yes as far as technology goes it is the simpler of the apps out there.
Yes, you do get the people that start off all sweet and lovely and then declare that they are horny and “can our date be moved forward to right now”, but actually that’s just men.
We can’t really blame an app for what an arse your average man can be.
Well I can safely say I’ve been on a little journey boys and girls and let me tell you it’s a maze of nonsense out there.
Ranging from the apps that Cupid would be proud of to the apps that try and fail miserably there are literally countless numbers of apps out there for you to chose from. Now if you haven’t heard of Grindr then where have you been for the last five years or so?
It gives you more functionality than Grindr (ability to view your profile views for example without having to pay for it) but it is slightly temperamental.