Enter Happn, an app that connects matches based on the places you both frequent the gimmick being that you both could have, if the timing were right, passed one another on the street at some point without knowing it. It's the place for, well, pretty much everyone who takes dating seriously, but still wants to have fun. They suggest ice breakers for first messages and the profiles are more in-depth than Tinder. Psst, people who are over Tinder but not yet ready to join the ranks of marriage-crazed eHarmony: Putting out feelers for a casual hookup to strangers you haven't met yet can get dicey fairly quickly.
Their advertising is outstanding.
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Compatibility Requires iOS Matches only last for 24 hours. It's a good thing there aren't many users to fish through, because filtering options are almost non-existent. Aside from the usual physical appearance, location, and sexual preference questions, Clover also gives you the option of answering 20 profile questions in a similar manner to OkCupid. Problems are for therapists. Relatively in-depth user profiles, a collection of original blogs, and ways to interact other than private messaging give users a chance to bond with other gay men in a way that strictly hookup-oriented sites don't bother with. Knowing very little about a person can also make initial messaging more challenging.