Fourplay is a 'double dating’ app for singles that allows friends to team up and meet other single pairs. Once a match is made, a group chat opens up that allows all four people to interact in one place. It creates a 'digital double date setting' for people to connect through.
The Passport feature was, until now, only available to Tinder Plus and Gold users. However, due to the current pandemic, Tinder will make it available to all its users on 26 March. Passport lets users search potential matches by looking up a city or dropping a pin on the map and liking, matching and chatting with someone in the selected area.
Feeld is a dating app for people interested in polyamory, kink, swinging and other alternative sexual preferences. The dating app recently launched ‘For Play’, an online universe where you can digitally touch, tease and flirt with others. In it, your ‘orb’-like avatar is then assigned to a digital room where you can play with up to three other live participants.
Say Allo is a relationship app designed to guide you towards more compatible connections. Much different than other dating apps where you match, message and then meet in person, Say Allo invites users to video date first.
Ship is an app that makes finding a date more fun by bringing your friends into the experience, so you can discuss crushes, ghosting and the ‘situationships’ together. Along with being able to match your friends with potential partners, Ship also has a group messaging feature that makes self-isolation easier.