We live in the virtual age where human relationships are no longer bound to physical meetings.First chats are like first dates, where guys have no more than a few minutes to impress the girl.You basically send out a signal that you want to go to bangville, pronto, and get to choose who you go to bangville with (among the people who want to go to bangville with you). The awesome part about Pure is that it doesn’t want anyone else to know about who you’re hooking up with; Pure encrypts every message you send in-app, son! Even your failed attempts to hookup are hush-hush: if no one responds to your post after sixty minutes, the post is deleted forever, like nothing ever happened. It’s an app that knows you hate strangers, so it recommends you date people who are friends of people you know - specifically, your Facebook friends.
You have 24 hours to say yes or no, and if both of you say yes, you’re able to chat with each other.While it can be used for either purpose, it’s probably the best app for finding a short term, casual relationship.It’s informal enough to compete with Pure, but not formal enough to compete with the likes of CMB.CMB might not be as refined as other dating apps, but rather than select random people from a pool based on characteristics they have, CMB takes friends of your friends, and recommends people to date out of that pool based on what you want in a partner.The catch with CMB is that you only get one bagel per day, so you’ll need to come back to the app each day if you don’t get a great recommendation right away.