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The app works best as a tool for hooking up -- nothing fizzles the libido like a long, drawn-out message exchange -- but I've known more than one person to meet their long-term companion on it, too. If you know what you looking for, that's a good start, too.
Maybe that last one-night stand left you feeling empty and unfulfilled, and you're looking for a more consistent hookup.
Maybe you're looking for someone to steadily date on a casual basis, or maybe you're actually looking to meet your next long-term boo.
While it might be a little intimidating to come out and ask someone what he is looking for, I find that being honest and straightforward is kind of a turn-on.
It can be tempting to slip into something more snarky if you are out to find your soulmate, and the person you matched with is only into sex.
Actually, most apps — even Tinder — can yield a relationship, as long as you are super clear about what you're looking for in your profile and spend some time using them.
Tinder just gives you one quick shot at clarification, and you'll still match with some creeps, but if your profile photo is sweet and elegant, and your tagline says something about how you're looking for love at the outset, you'll have a better chance at matching with the percentage of people on there who are ISO love.
Dating apps have a bad rap: They are often associated more closely with promoting casual hookups than actually connecting two gentle souls for an actual, head-over-heels, yes-yes-yes relationship.
There are, however, some dating apps that are good for relationships, and though they are somewhat few and far between, they're out there.