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Wingman (not to be confused with the airport-hookup app of the same name), requires at least two people to play: a person trolling for dates, and a trusted, willing friend.
If you try to scroll alone, it’ll instruct you to find a friend to do the hunting.
Wingman is a new dating app that gives friends control of your love life.
Where most apps start by asking users to set up a profile and swipe their way to romance, Wingman lets friends weigh in on your best qualities.
But she left off one that her friend, Natalie, thought was pretty important: “Thou shalt not covet thy friend’s ex-boyfriend.” Yes, Christy rationalized to herself (as well as to me and all her other girlfriends, neighbors and Starbucks’ cashiers) that it was okay to date Natalie’s ex-boyfriend, Collin, because of the following circumstances: was would it upset Natalie? The answer to these two questions turned out to be yes and no, respectively.
You know, the classics like “Thou shalt not date a co-worker” or “Thou shalt avoid dating anyone younger than my brother unless extremely hot.” My friend, Christy, had a similar set of commandments.
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Bumble, the popular dating app where girls make the first move, has released an update that may turn the dating app world on its head.
The new feature, called BFF, essentially lets users use the same swiping and matching algorithms for friendship instead of dating.
To differentiate between BFF and regular Bumble, conversations in the app will be color coded.