This is one for the men and women of the LGBTI community.
There are more than 7 million people on Grindr, so get on it; there's bound to be someone there for you.
An absolutely genius concept, Alikewise pairs people up based on what books they like.
From politics to novels, if you're reading about it, chances are someone else will be, too.
You might not have any chemistry once you meet and that's just awkward if you've already developed feelings.
The dating app for travellers, Skout works in more than 100 countries.
There's no fuss with Ok Cupid; it gets the job done.
You sign up, you browse for potential connections and see if the app can make magic happen.
Music connects people so Tastebuds is joining together people with the same taste in music.
Here you can "discover new bands, find concert buddies and chat with music fans" and perhaps even find love. 89-Year-old man goes on best Tinder dates in history Woman scores a date like a boss by leaving a note for hunky dog walker Brisbane woman stabs her Tinder date; should you still be using this app?