This is essentially a (nearly) blind dating app for the 21st century.The one downside with First is the very thing that sets it apart: A lack of any communication before the date.Instead of swiping based on looks, you'll see "catchy headlines" and short bios that will hopefully pique your interest and lead you to kick off a chat. The App: Cuddli The Pitch: "Find That Geeky Special Someone"What We Think: Cuddli targets Marvel fan communities and those who prefer to spend their weekends playing Magic.However, beyond some gaming icons that people can use to express themselves there doesn't seem to be anything that makes this app specifically for "geeks", beyond the fact that it calls itself the "dating app for geeks."Nevertheless, it helps weed out ghosting by requiring users to respond to matches who message and want to meet you.Still, the concept is an interesting one and a nice change from the exhausting back-and-forth of arranging a date.The App: Huggle The Pitch: "Discover people who go to the places you do."What we think: The more places you visit, the better your chances of meeting someone on Huggle.You download the app, create a profile, add some of your favorite pictures, and write a short bio.If you make a match, you can commence Instagram- or Facebook-stalking to learn more — at least that’s what we do.
Military troops protect and serve our great country. Connect with Military singles and their admirers to meet for pen pals, dating and relationships. Your account lets you post your photos, search member profiles, and even search for specific members. Send them a quick flirt, an introduction to a shout out. While you won't really end up with Chris Evans, Jake Gyllenhaal, or Chris Pratt, you could get pretty close.