You have to be 18 to sign up, but the app is free (and available on pretty much every app store imaginable).
Gillian Fuller graduated from New York University in 2014 and joined the Elite Daily team shortly after as a Staff Writer.
Since its inception, dating app Tinder gained a reputation for being about casual sex rather than real relationships.
However, there's a new app just for hooking up that those seeking casual sex can use instead.
You can avoid any confusion and get straight to the point.
S., the article depicts Tinder and similar apps like Hinge as daggers in the very practice of dating.
“And it’s just like, waking up in beds, I don’t even remember getting there," one 29-year-old man was quoted.
Where you'd normally enter your gender and sexual preference, there are also options to sign up as a “couple” (for couples seeking threesomes, presumably) as well as “transexual.”Unsurprisingly, the app is a hit with the young and the horny.
Over 100,000 users signed up within the first eight weeks of the app’s launch and the number of users is continuing to grow.
She previously worked as a freelance writer for Time Out New York and Racked, mainly covering fashion and beauty.
If you haven't read the Vanity Fair article on the "dating apocalypse" that Tinder has supposedly ushered in, you've at least heard people debate writer Nancy Jo Sales's claim that Tinder has ruined dating.