Features: In addition to the classic grid view, users can swipe through profiles, like on Tinder. A new feature called "Venture" allows allows users to connect with guys who are traveling or arriving nearby soon.
Most popular in: Saudi Arabia Launched in 2012, the social chat app claims to have nearly 15 million worldwide users.
Users can also pay to unlock premium in-app features.
The app is available in over fifteen languages including Korean, Russian, and Swedish.
Users can set their location anywhere they want if they need to line up dates before traveling; they can also keep their location totally private.
Romeos can send other people they're interested in a "footprint" which looks just like a sticker or badge with a compliment. Most popular in: India, Kenya Boasting more than 60 million messages exchanged every week, you can only imagine how many are dick pics.
Features: Users can chat and exchange photo, audio message, and emojis. Chat rooms, both local and national, are available if people want a larger group forum.
A red ribbon icon on the app gives users access to information on safe sex and STD prevention.
Find out which of these sites target the college crowd and why they’re better for students.
There are countless reasons why it’s hard for college students to meet new people.
Online dating helped them meet students of the opposite sex at their school.
Other students are so swamped with homework, internships, jobs and campus activities that they don’t have a lot of time to socialize.
Right: The world's "largest gay social network" truly is just that.