Social media plays a huge part here, firstly through Facebook friends, then via friends of Facebook friends.
A word to the wise: this makes it way, way scarier than Tinder and yet somehow more exciting.
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Because women take their time scouring snaps before messaging, Dattch is touted as Pinterest-like, where you not only upload pics of yourself but of things that interest you.
It also includes news and blog content to create a community feel.
It’s more discreet and you’re less likely to be caught.
Once you’ve winked at someone and the feeling is mutual, the lines of communication are well and truly open.
The more you experiment with Tingle, the more credits you earn for messaging – its developers claim this stops spammers and over-flirting but it also monetises Tingle via in-app purchases, meaning you’ll spend to keep in private contact with a catch.
There are even weather updates for notifications of what it’s like where they are – bang goes that uncomfortable silence saver.
Best of all, Between offers a lock function that’s activated if your phone is lost, stolen, or falls into the wrong hands.