A hookup app that boasts complete anonymity, there’s no connecting your social accounts or even entering an email address involved
If you’re in the LGBTQ+ community, then you’ve almost certainly already heard of Grindr, which is the largest dating/hookup app of its kind, and a pioneer in the field. Creating an account takes no time at all, and then you’re connected to single people near and far.
You can interact with people by sending either text or audio messages, and if you like the way the interaction is going, you can even share your locations to facilitate a quick and easy hookup.
Formerly known as Lucky, all you need to set up an account on Yumi is one single photo. Also, as the site coyly points out, it doesn’t have to be of your face. Meaning, you can find what you’re looking for faster, without having to jump through hoops or enter any personal information – other than your location, that is.
If you match, you’ve got three hours to respond and get busy, which encourages a sense of urgency for users who are looking to get lucky tonight. Ladies can use the platform for free, but male users will need to pay $ per month after the free month trial is up.
8. DOWN Dating
Let’s say, hypothetically, that you already have some potential hookup partners in mind, and that they just so happen to be your friends on Facebook (or friends with your friends on Facebook). Don’t you wish there were some way to see if they were interested in some type of casual arrangement?
That’s where DOWN Dating comes in: the app that connects you with your Facebook friends (and friends of friends) who are down to get down. But don’t worry, the lady you have your eye on won’t know you’re down for a hookup unless she says she’s down for one with you, too.
If you’re in the market for a hookup that satisfies a particular fetish, look no further than the Feter app, a dating app that connects local singles with shared fetish interests. This app packs all of the GPS features of Grindr (read: you can find out if there’s anyone who’s into the same fetish as you at the bar you’re at), with the ease of Tinder’s swipe left/right functionality to make finding a fetish hookup easier than it’s ever been before.
“When I’d meet people in clubs, they almost always told me that they found it difficult to meet people who shared their fetishes,” Iris Li, one of the co-founders of Feter explains. She created Feter to help fill the gap, and users have been getting their needs met ever since.
If you like the ease of Tinder but are searching exclusively for hookups (or even a third person to complete a threesome) and only want to match with people of the same mindset, CasualX bills itself as “Tinder minus marriage-minded daters.”
The app’s functionalities are pretty much identical to Tinder, with the main (and, maybe only difference) being that no one here is trying to find anything serious. Using an app where everyone’s on the same page undoubtedly increases your success rate for finding a warm, willing body to spend the night with, which makes CasualX an ideal app for hookups.
A niche app with a wide user base (over 13 million and counting), BeNaughty has both a wide audience and the http://hookupdate.net/local-hookup/savannah/ right audience for finding a partner who’s down for an easy night of fun. Not to mention, you can maximize your chances of finding a match who’s free thanks to the app’s mass messaging system, which allows you to send out the same message to multiple members at once every 12 hours.