Em­brac­ing dig­i­tal dat­ing? Get the low­down be­fore you down­load…

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PITCHIT Sim­ply down­load, pitch a date sug­ges­tion (or browse al­ready pitched ideas), then nar­row down in­ter­ested users to a max­i­mum of three. You then have 24 hours to chat and choose who you’ll take! In­trigued? See our ex­clu­sive in­ter­view be­low… lime Are you a couch potato or more of a gym bunny? What­ever your ac­tiv­ity level, Lime pairs you with those whose life­styles are most com­pat­i­ble with yours by count­ing your steps. It also shows matches by their prox­im­ity in steps, so you can ar­range a meet-up ASAP. clikd Dubbed ‘the In­sta­gram of dat­ing’, Clikd lets daters build a port­fo­lio of photos (and not just self­ies). Each user cre­ates three ques­tions (based on their pics) that oth­ers can en­gage with. The aim? To elim­i­nate those bor­ing con­ver­sa­tion starters. Yes please! Hinge Also known as ‘the re­la­tion­ship app’, Hinge uses Face­book to find mu­tual con­nec­tions with your dates. It’s re­cently ditched the char­ac­ter­is­tic dat­ing app swipe and now al­lows users to post photos and share ‘sto­ries’ – so daters can like, com­ment and strike up a con­ver­sa­tion. Hater We all en­joy bond­ing over Love Is­land or our Hawai­ian pizza ob­ses­sion – but what about con­nect­ing over the stuff we don’t like? En­ter Hater, where users are matched based on shared dis­likes – think slow walk­ers and PPI calls. Blood boil­ing? Give it a go.

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