Dating apps have become an integral part of our lives. Can't decide if its for good or not.
Interestingly, the market is so huge now that Match Group, the parent company of Tinder and OKCupid went public back in November 2015.
You must be familiar with popular dating apps like Tinder, Grindr, The League and others. But here are other niche yet, weird dating apps for everyone.
From dating apps for dog lovers to enjoying threesomes, here's a quick show of crazy dating apps:
Yes, this exists. The app goes by the tagline "City folks just don't get it!" the app pairs up livestock owners, ranch hands, farmers, agriculture students, and other people who love the country life. The testimonials on Farmers Only website say that it has led to at least 100 marriages.
3nder, a Tinder for threesomes
Cool or not, this app is making news for all the craziness. As the name suggests, 3nder, pronounced as 'thrinder' is an app for threesomes. This app is Facebook-authenticated and is obviously, more open-minded than other typical dating apps. The app offers options for gender identification and sexual orientation. The app info on its website also reads, "I am that loving place for the kinky, curious and open-minded, where you won't be judged for who you are, or the fantasies you have."
Not exactly clear for whom this app is really for. The app aims to connect dog lovers and their dogs on the basis of their location. This app has a lot of cute pictures of canines and maybe, you can use the app to find your pet some companionship.
The name, at first, may not seem to be crazy, but wait till you hear the whole story. SeekingArrangement is a "sugar daddy" dating website/app that helps old, wealthy men to date younger women. SeekingArrangement is all about meeting up, exchanging money and gifts for sex and companionship. Many critics have compared the services of this app to prostitution.
"SeekingArrangement is like a sociology project that touches on anthropology," SeekingArrangement CEO Brandon Wade, who started the site in 2006, told Business Insider a few years ago.
This dating app is dedicated to one per cent of the population. That one per cent comprises millionaires, supermodels, celebs, and CEOs. The app, called Luxy, once referred to itself as "Tinder, minus the poor people."
The website testimonial reads, "Luxy has become the leading millionaire matchmaker website, which paired over one million elite singles in total."
Well, you may want to read further, "Whether you are a millionaire, wealthy or beautiful, every eligible and successful people are welcome! No Gold Diggers Allowed! If you are seeking a sugar daddy relationship, Luxy is not for you."
So, which dating app are you going to download?