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Girls get unlimited charms we can send to boys to woo them into matching with us. cute, and there’s also a lot of racial diversity on the site.

Pros: It’s a total trip seeing which unknown dudes you’ve apparently crossed paths with five times. Cons: I matched with a lot of guys who never chatted with me. It’s also easy to panic that you’ll miss a prize in the jillion new users you encounter every day.

(But JK, really, since they just get thrown back into your pool of potential choices.) Cutie ratio: Almost everyone on Bumble is ridiculously hot.

The app may need time to pick up males in Canada—or it possibly just gives you garbage bagels until you pony up some beans for a babe.

Bumble How it works: Started by a female Tinder co-founder, Bumble aims to be women-friendly.

Coffee Meets Bagel How it works: The app sends you one potential person per day (your bagel).

If you like each other, a chat window opens for seven days.


You can purchase beans to buy hotter or more bagels, or to see who your mutual friends are. #realtalk Pros: I dug the chillness of just getting one man-option a day instead of spending every commute swiping myself into carpal-tunnel burn.(You also earn beans by using your account on the reg.) Read our interview with the app’s three founding sisters. Cons: Sorry if this sounds harsh, but my friends and I found our bagels unbangable on the whole.



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