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This hook up app for friends (and friends of friends) is the equivalent of passing 'I Like You' notes in class.

The USP: Hook up with the people you walk past on the street.

They've just launched a premium service for people with the hallowed blue tick on Twitter.

You can imagine the grounded people that lurk on there. Verdict: Aside the obviously Dickensian classism all over the site, it also has an understandably odd mixture of trust fund brats and retired divorcees.

And unlike Tinder, users tend to write a bit about themselves, meaning you have more to go on (and sell yourself with) than just your 5 least-worst selfies. Cons: It is notoriously 'glitchy', with messages disappearing and some functions not working properly.

Verdict: The app that started it all, Grindr has been helping men who like men improve their sex lives since 2009. The USP: Members are vetted, and they also run IRL singles events.

The fun and well organised events means membership feels a bit more like a club, and less like pin-balling around a vast galaxy of random singletons.

Parading the hottest – and least obtainable – women in front of your face every time you log in feels a little bit manipulating / cynical.

Verdict: A dating app where women need not fear to tread, where the sting of rejection is largely removed for you. Pros: Less shallow than just swiping from a picture.

Verdict: One of the most effective – and convenient – dating apps out there. This means having a handy mutual connection to discuss / slag off when you meet up for drinks.

Cons: It's all a little too close to home: what's to stop her feeding your dating tekkers back to your pal?