And since it’s not a dating app, you won’t get “matched” with anyone — but it can make it a little easier to casually suggest an IRL date night.An increased exposure to technology, social networking sites, movies and music with teen romances as their main subject has resulted in teens getting into the dating scene at an early age.
What's not: Not everyone is super-active on Facebook, so you might not be able to see what your friends are up to.
(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.
Other features include the ability to post endless number of photos, give shoutouts, comment on pictures posted by others, send private messages, and add users.
A monthly online raffle scheme is also available for users for the points gained by them on the completion of online tasks.
But there are a few decent options — with stronger safety features and less of a sketchy hookup culture happening — out there for the under-21 crowd.