Compared to a few years ago there’s quite a few apps out there for us now.
I’ve been trawling through them all and picked out the best for your pleasure.
Cons: It's all a little too close to home: what's to stop her feeding your dating tekkers back to your pal?
It could make future beers with your mates a little awkward.
Pros: There is a strange thrill in being able to 'swipe' that acquaintance you've always fancied, asking them for a date (up) or telling them you want to sleep with them (down). Cons: It pulls in every single woman who happens to be your friend on Facebook, even if they haven't joined Down yet (your cowardly come on will be waiting for them if they ever do), making it rather pointless.
Verdict: The more you think about it, the less sense Down makes.
The USP: Hook up with the people you walk past on the street.
Pros: Once you get over the slight stalker complex Happn instils on you by showing women who walked past your front door an hour ago, matching with users within a 250 meter radius is actually quite handy.
Wing Ma’am Wing Ma’am is described as a social app not a dating one. The app is attempting to create a stronger LGBTQ community by keeping you up to date about lesbian friendly events in your area, while allowing you to create your own events to find people you’ll get along with, from raves to knitting parties.
Diva app DIVA is still the biggest selling lesbian magazine with news, entertainment, travel, music, scene, real life features and listings.
The magazine also has a dating site called Diva Date.
Her Formally known as Dattch, this dating app has recently launched in the US.
Isn't the whole point of internet dating that you can meet someone new?