They may not be super popular yet, but apps like these could easily end up being the future of online dating.How About We How About We cuts right to the first date, whatever your ideal first date may be.Profiles consist only of a first name, an age, a 500-character description, and up to six photos.
The app only allows users to exchange messages if two users match by both swiping right on each other.
This formula has been incredibly successful - with over 50 million users, Tinder has become a serious contender in the online dating world.
Users fill out a suggestion for a date that they would like to go on, and are then able to browse other date ideas from people nearby.
Until recently, one of the biggest draws to Tinder was that it was completely free.
However, its most recent update included features (such as the ability to view profiles of individuals who aren't in your local area or undo an accidental swipe) that can only be accessed by a monthly subscription fee.
Now Tinder also limits the previously unlimited number of right swipes that you can make in a set time period unless you pay the monthly fee.Even for devoted Tinder users, this update has been a bit of a disillusionment and many are now looking for an app to take its place.Since its 2012 launch, Tinder has quickly become one of the most popular forms of online dating.Its simplicity has been part of what makes it so attractive to its users - using geolocation, the app shows users profiles of their preferred gender and age-range within a set geographical area.We spent some time doing some research on the best free alternatives to Tinder currently on the market - the classics, the copy-cats and the creative - because at some point, we're all going to run out of right swipes and need another app to turn to!These apps put their own spin on the idea of mobile dating, as both focus on the importance of an eventual in-person connection rather than online messaging.