So I heard about this app this morning on Hot 95.7 in Houston and was curious as to what it was about. I’m a tech junkie so when I come across a new app or device, I’m automatically tempted to try it out. This particular app is called Tinder and honestly, it’s been done. Over and over and over again. “Nearby people” discovery apps are here to stay and this just reinforces that idea. 
Other alternatives include
OkCupid
Plenty Of Fish
How About We
Badoo
Blendr (co-ed) / Grindr (gay men)
Zoosk
Skout (largest location-based app)
Tagged
Are You Interested
Jazzed / eHarmony
Sonar
etc…
Clearly, there’s no shortage of these types of apps. The only real advantage between Tinder and a majority of these apps (but not all) is that like Bang With Friends, a user will never know that you “liked” them unless they “like” you back.
Give it a shot if you’re bored and want to kill some time: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/tinder/id547702041?mt=8
Oh and for you users on Android looking for a comparable app, check out Swipe.
-NG

So I heard about this app this morning on Hot 95.7 in Houston and was curious as to what it was about. I’m a tech junkie so when I come across a new app or device, I’m automatically tempted to try it out. This particular app is called Tinder and honestly, it’s been done. Over and over and over again. “Nearby people” discovery apps are here to stay and this just reinforces that idea. 

Other alternatives include

Clearly, there’s no shortage of these types of apps. The only real advantage between Tinder and a majority of these apps (but not all) is that like Bang With Friends, a user will never know that you “liked” them unless they “like” you back.

Give it a shot if you’re bored and want to kill some time: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/tinder/id547702041?mt=8

Oh and for you users on Android looking for a comparable app, check out Swipe.

-NG