After matching with someone, the app lets each person bring other friends (who are also on the app) into the conversation so that you can all make plans together — and your friends can weigh in on your date.

The best feature for someone wanting a hookup is the filter search tool, which lets you find others who are on the app with the same goal in mind.

Once If you're tired of incessant swiping, Once (free for i OS) might be up your alley.

You can also "nudge" someone, which is similar to when you'd "poke" your crush on Facebook in ninth grade.

If you want a "premium" dating experience, a one-month package isn't cheap at $14.99, but comes with perks including read receipts — so you don't have to wonder if someone actually read your message or not — and invisible browsing.

Hitch Hitch (free, i OS and Android) is centered around shared interests.

Start off by making a profile as you would on any other dating app.

Zipskee Traveling solo is something most women should try at least once.

But if you're also looking for some action, you may want some help meeting the local flavors — and for that you need a local.

While this isn't a dating app, Zipskee (free on i OS) will pair you with a local guide on your trip to show you around.

Your male or female guide should know the spots you should hit so you can meet someone worthwhile while you're in town.

From there, you can send messages or "winks" (similar to likes) to other members and wait for the replies to roll in. Whim (free on i OS) is the answer: The app gets rid of the kind of endless communication that can go on for days.