If you manage to find a friend-of-a-friend who didn’t already reject you at that one party where you got a little too drunk, expect the majority of your conversation to center around boring stories of how you met your mutual acquaintances.
For guys: Remember that party we just mentioned where you got too drunk?
For a lonely single, that sounds like a whole lot of work.
The app itself doesn’t offer many compelling features beyond what you will find on e Harmony’s web portal.That Grouper sets up two groups of friends (three guys, three girls) on a pre-arranged date at a local bar or restaurant — complete with a concierge for introductions and a round of drinks — is novel. The fact that these group encounters tend to dissolve quickly and you’re no more likely to hit it off with your match than with any other app on this list — with or without wingmen. The other was dragged along by her friend and is only there for moral support.For guys: With three options you can’t lose, right? This leaves one eligible bachelorette who will no doubt take an interest in any other member of the group that isn’t you. For girls: You thought one dude from the internet lusting after you was creepy enough? While Grouper presents its group scenario as an innocent way for guys and gals to meet in a comfortable, friendly setting, don’t think for a second that one or all of the guys isn’t hoping the situation might devolve into an orgy that would make even Caligula jealous.He’s on Hinge, and he is probably messaging you right now.OK, so this one isn’t technically an Android app (yet — you can still access it via the mobile web, however), but the concept is such a refreshing take on internet matchmaking that we had to include it.
First you have to actually get dressed and leave the house.