Teen emo dating service
What's bad: When using any dating app you have the threat of getting in contact with an unsavory character.
Luckily, CMB has a great report feature so if there's anyone making you feel uncomfortable, you can let the app know.
The app has also added a bunch of safety features, like cell phone verification to keep fake profiles from cluttering up the site — but creepers can own cell phones too, so you still have to be careful.
What's not: The swipe feature can make it feel pretty superficial, and while it’s supposed to be geared towards making new friends, a lot of people use it as a casual hookup site.
You still need to follow the usual online safety precautions — never give out your home address, look for synced social media profiles to make sure you’re not getting catfished, and if you decided to meet up, make it somewhere reeeeeally public.
Also, while the app is free, some features are only accessible with a premium account, which costs .99 a month.
Also, the Android version is missing a few key features — so if you don’t have an i Phone, you may want to skip it for now.
Age limit: 18 and up Available for: i OS and Android What's good: This is another right-swiping app, but with a twist — Bumble has a “women make the first move” rule, which means you need to reach out within 24 hours or the match expires.
(In same-sex pairings, either person can make the first move.) This cuts down on the number of unsolicited D-pics and eggplant emojis, which is always a good thing.
What's not: If you’re not a fan of making the first move, this probably isn’t the app for you.