The meet-cute app is designed to help people offer up tasks that they'd like to do with other people, including museum nights, comedy hours, and cocktail meet-ups in your area.
There's also a nifty interactive Date Map that lets you track who is else is vibing in the area and wants to chat/get tacos/hang out at a cafe.
Known as the dating app for feminists, Bumble is the Sadie Hawkins Dance of apps where women make the first move.
Once you get over the hump of thinking "Great, everyone knows where I live", Happn's the ideal way to see if you're connecting with the local barista you love without actually having to draft a Missed Connection on Craigslist.
The dogpark of online apps is Tindog, a new way to judge people (JK) based on their preference for dogs (little dogs v. Big perk here is you don't have to weed out the "dog people" as you do on Tinder, but instead have a sea of fellow canine lovers in your area to go on dark park dates with.