The dating monolith’s app has, basically, all the functions of their website in mobile form, including building your profile, checking out and rating other profiles and answering personality quizzes - the more of them you answer, the more likely it is you will find a match. The app takes the pain out of scrolling through each profile and instead lets you ‘like’ potential partners in bulk.You can then sit back and wait to see who gets back to you - rather like putting your eggs into multiple baskets.The concept is so simple you’ll kick yourself that you didn’t think of it first: It collates other users who fall within your specified age range and are within a certain distance of your location, letting you know if you have friends in common on Facebook.You then decide whether or not you like the look of a person based on their profile picture and description.Because while they may Cincinnati's Flamingo Air, for example, offers a romantic romp in the sky for 5, which includes one hour on a private plane (and a comfy mattress), champagne, chocolates, and “one very discreet pilot." Another airline that lets you have sex (from 9), Love Cloud even offers complimentary condoms and lube.
So whether you’re looking for a quick tryst or your next big relationship, there are plenty of great downloads to ease you into the world of smartphone dating - and we've rounded up eleven of the best. Tinder The grassroots app that took the dating world by storm is still a firm favourite for singletons - despite the fact developers introduced a ‘pay for unlimited swipes’ catch to the previously free app earlier this year.For most dudes, even a routine flight offers the promise of joining the Mile High Club -- that's why we've told you about airlines, apps, and even secrets to help you get away with it.But what about fascinating facts you can use to (maybe) woo attractive women sitting next to you on the plane?Many disagree, however, since that number is irrelevant in aviation and even Sperry wasn't flying that high.Not long after proudly unveiling its super luxe, double-decker Airbus A380 (equipped with k per person, double-bed “suites”), Singapore Air publicly asked passengers to stop having sex in them.