Friendship dating site
These days, there seem to be apps for everything — dating, adventure-seekers, and book-lovers. Perhaps you’ve tried Meetup groups, but they’re too intimidating or have too many members — you just want something more low-key.
And, yes, you can “befriend” people on dating apps, but if the initial intent was to date, a “friend” from there may have ulterior motives.
Teens and adults alike can use the app to make new friends or business contacts, then chat, exchange notes and photos, and send virtual gifts.
Plus, you get to decide if, and when, you want to connect with someone.
But first, you’ll pick out some topics you’re interested in.
Then, the app takes over and sends you “Goodies” based on your interests — they’ll suggest things or places for you to check out.
Then, just start looking for like-minded sports aficionados based on their interest(s), location, and skill level.
After meeting up with others, you rate them on a scale of one to five “knuckles,” an icon that looks like a fist, based on their athletic ability.
With over 40 sporting activities to choose from, like tennis, volleyball, and cycling, you'll find at least one you’ll like. Creating a profile’s simple, too, filling in info such as your workplace and sports club affiliations.
(Yikes — I’d probably fail, unless personality counts!
) This is to make sure you’re teaming up with people on a similar level as yourself, and the ratings are based on skill level, effort, and sportsmanship. The only caveat is that some people are on Bumble for dating and BFFs, so you may witness some sexy pictures meant for prospective dates, not friends.
Then, check out other squads and let the swiping left or right begin.
Once you match with another squad, you have 24 hours to message and make plans.