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Raya is ranked last because of its wildly excessive exclusivity— Vogue referred to it as the “Soho House of dating apps”—but if you can manage to get an invite, we say go for it. The app traffics mainly in creative types and anything ultra status-y: celebrities, people who work in the media, athletes, and even reality TV contestants. (Want to a shot at model and actress Cara Delevingne, or even Sharon Stone? Go for Raya.) If you go this route, prepare to be Googled and judged. Making it past their screening process is no easy feat (unless you happen to be a minor celeb, you’re going to need some luck!), but selective element can be a major plus, since you know everyone else on the app went through the same thing. The best way in? According to their website, find someone who is already on the app to invite you.

It’s like getting into college all over again. And having to wait for admission is exactly what the app’s founder Amanda Bradford wants. Her theory is that, the longer someone waits, the more eager they’ll be to use the app once they’re on it.

Hinge, if you are blissfully unaware of dating in 2015, is an app similar to Tinder with an emphasis on shared Facebook connections. Tinder, of course, is similar to Grindr — at least in that it's a location based dating/hooking up/you decide people-meeting app.


Dating apps san francisco

Dating apps san francisco