(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.
You can also sync it with your Facebook profile to see what events your friends are attending — so, you know, you can just happen to show up at that concert your crush is attending.
What's not: Not everyone is super-active on Facebook, so you might not be able to see what your friends are up to.
What's bad: When using any dating app you have the threat of getting in contact with an unsavory character.
Luckily, CMB has a great report feature so if there's anyone making you feel uncomfortable, you can let the app know.
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.
Of course, that doesn’t mean these apps are 100% safe.
Age limit: 18 and up Available for: i OS and Android What's good: If you're looking for a relationship, this is the app for you.
Every afternoon, the app will curate a list of matches it thinks you will like, meaning there's no endless swiping. The app will suggest icebreakers to get the convo started.
What's not: The app has only been around for a few months, so you may not find a ton of locals on there.