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Age limit: 17 and up Available for: i OSWhat's good: One of the crappy things about dating apps is that you’re making a snap judgment based on someone’s profile pic — so you could end up vetoing your soulmate just because they're not your usual type.
The fun thing about Taffy is that everyone’s profile is blurry at first, and the more you chat with someone, the clearer their photo becomes — so by the time you know what they really look like, you already have a pretty good feel for their personality.
You still need to follow the usual online safety precautions — never give out your home address, look for synced social media profiles to make sure you’re not getting catfished, and if you decided to meet up, make it somewhere reeeeeally public.
With that said — if you’re ready to give online dating a shot, here are a few teen-friendly options.
And since it’s not a dating app, you won’t get “matched” with anyone — but it can make it a little easier to casually suggest an IRL date night.
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Age limit: 18 and up Available for: i OS and Android What's good: Happn combines the experience of meeting someone in real life with using a dating app.
Every time you cross paths with another user of the app (literally) it will show on your timeline.
Nearify lets you view a list of local events and invite friends who might be interested.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.(In same-sex pairings, either person can make the first move.) This cuts down on the number of unsolicited D-pics and eggplant emojis, which is always a good thing.What's not: If you’re not a fan of making the first move, this probably isn’t the app for you.