We like Pure, 3nder, The Down (formerly Bang With Friends) or Whiplr. Throw an old-fashioned offline dinner party (singles only! ) online invitation toolkit like Paperless Post to pack your party, where you can have your pick of the best singletons at your disposal.
Or try Fet Life, not an app but a community that caters to a more kinky clientele. "Even if you’re not a party thrower yourself, you can easily pick a local bar or restaurant and tell all your single friends to invite their single friends," Dr. "Then you’ll have a smorgasbord of singles in one place to choose from." Religious-oriented dating sites like JDate and Christian Mingle or Salaam Swipe often have the most loyal users because everyone who logs on shares similar values. "This way at least you’ll know that your prospective match meets one of your bottom line requirements." -type romantic interaction with nearby strangers looking for love. "This app is a good one because it runs in the background, and if you happen to cross paths with someone frequently who seems interesting, you can reach out," Dr. "But it’s not as much of a time commitment as other apps." In fact, as he searches for the best New Year’s Eve date possible this year, it’s Happn that Ralph Sutton says he is the most excited about.
Emily Morse, host of the "Sex With Emily" podcast and author of . Just because it’s not the newest or the latest app doesn’t mean it might not be the very one to deliver Mr. A series of ‘likes’ can indicate interest and eventually lead to meeting in person." Mainly, though, she says if you’re serious about finding that ideal partner to kiss when the clock strikes midnight, realize the countdown starts now.
"It’s best to start as early as possible, so there’s time to build your arsenal of options," Dr. "Start building a pool of prospective New Year’s Eve dates.
As you get to know them better, you might say, ‘So what are you plans for New Year’s Eve?
’ You can even follow up with ‘I’m invited to a few parties that sound fun,’ or ‘I’m thinking of having a dinner party.’ This opens it up for a conversation rather than a straight out invite." Want as many prospects as possible? Start with Tinder, Grindr, OKCupid, Plenty of Fish or even try one of the newer more exclusive ones like Raya (for famous people), Luxy (for rich people) or The League (for Linked In elite) and The Inner Circle (for socialites).
The key here is that you don’t need to do all of these — and continue to use them all.