I've been hearing my girlfriends discuss their wins and losses with a variety of online-dating phone apps, so I'm breaking down the newest means of tech-based courtship.
If you're ready to let go and have the cosmos take the wheel, test drive this app that relies on zodiac signs and astrology to find your star-crossed love.
They offer their members everything they need to find the right match for them and they have proven to be successful over the years. They are one of the most successful dating services in the world and they continue to grow.
The app also operates on a series of questions, though the prompts read more like icebreakers (they're designed to sound like first-date bar questions).
Beats thinking up prompts like "Sexy is..." on your own time!
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.
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.
It's a humbling experience to be on the other end, and we have to give it up to the app for their new "no ghosting" rule, which deletes an interaction if your guy hasn't replied to your initial message within 24 hours.