Tech dating. There was a time when dating services may have been considered a last resort in the long, arduous hunt for love. But fast-forward to and everything has changed. You meet people, talk to them, and maybe start dating if enough sparks fly. While many online dating sites and apps are free, some cost money to sign up or offer paid premiums that allow for added bonuses and services. Is it worth paying extra for premium services on dating apps?
There's Now an App for Hooking up in Airports
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There are heaps of travel apps that sound great in theory, but are not so great in practice. The best airport apps earn their spot on your home screen by providing essential and timely information when you need it. I have found it incredibly helpful to have all of this info in one place during the 36 hours before any trip. Set up notifications on your phone, and 24 hours before your flight, the app will prompt you to check in online, and from there just keeps updating as new information becomes available.
Romance at 30,000 feet: AirDates wants to be your inflight dating app
Hoping to dip your feet back into the dating world after a prolonged period of practicing social distancing? If matching with a potential new partner in the "before times" was complicated—adding a global pandemic to the mix has made it even trickier to find that spark or connection. During this new normal, flirting with potential paramours over an online dating app might be the best way to get to know someone.
After a while, swipe apps start to feel like a game, but XO has taken it one step further. Instead of wasting energy to find the perfect pickup line, you can play games with your matches. What kind of games? Harmless icebreakers like Two Truths and a Lie or games where you both have to answer a random question.