Teen sex dating
Age limit: 17 and up Available for: i OS and Android What's good: Skout’s “shake to chat” feature — shake your phone and get randomly paired in a chat with someone nearby — is basically the online-dating-app equivalent of randomly bumping into your soulmate at a coffee shop, rom-com-style.
But if you’d rather not leave it up to chance, you can scroll through profile photos and tap one to start a chat or leave a comment.
Online dating definitely has its perks — it makes it way less intimidating to approach someone you’re into, especially if you’re on the shy side.
You can tweak your profile so you never have to worry about flubbing your first impression.
Age limit: none Available for: i OS and Android What's good: Okay, so this isn’t technically a dating app — but it can make “offline” dating a little less awkward, and that’s everything.
Nearify lets you view a list of local events and invite friends who might be interested.
What's not: While it's cool to see that your crush at school is also on the app, you may also pass a creepy guy on the street who is a user.
Don't worry though, because there are settings you can change to avoid this, like age restriction.
Age limit: 12 and up Available for: i OS and Android What's good: Yubo, formerly known as Yellow, feels kind of like a cross between Tinder and Snapchat — you can swipe right on profiles that look interesting and chat via live video.
Meaning, if you're 1 to 850ft away from a user, you will get access to their profile and vice versa.
This means, if someone else in school, at your gym, or anywhere else you hang out, is also using the app, you'll know.
What's bad: When using any dating app you have the threat of getting in contact with an unsavory character.
Luckily, CMB has a great report feature so if there's anyone making you feel uncomfortable, you can let the app know.Also, the Android version is missing a few key features — so if you don’t have an i Phone, you may want to skip it for now.Age limit: 18 and up Available for: i OS and Android What's good: This is another right-swiping app, but with a twist — Bumble has a “women make the first move” rule, which means you need to reach out within 24 hours or the match expires.You can also sync it with your Facebook profile to see what events your friends are attending — so, you know, you can just happen to show up at that concert your crush is attending.