but, if you do realise I’ve missed one out, get in touch and I’ll add it to the list!Charly xx A is for Antidate Antidate is described as an ‘a-symmetrical’ app – which means women and men have different screens.The branding is cute and bee-related, and it seems predominantly aimed at American sorority girls. the guys behind Badoo (see above) actually designed the app for Whitney.

I’ve never heard of it, and when I googled it, Google kept trying to give me suggestions for ‘anime’. B is for Bristlr It was only a matter of time until Dating Apps became truly hipster. So huge in fact, that they created an app almost identical to Tinder, years before Tinder.

Following on from the success of Shoreditch’s Cereal Cafe, the creatives behind Bristlr have designed an extremely East London app. Badoo’s head office is actually based in London, though most of their millions of members are in continental Europe.

E is for e Harmony The ‘serious’ dating site e Harmony has kept firmly in 2015 by developing an accompanying app.

I have to admit I’ve never tried it, but I’m guessing there’s no short cut around the standard 258 question site log-in.

The anti-Tinder reaction of 2014 so apps trying to step away from looks, and explore other methods of attraction. You’re photo is fuzzy while your banter does the talking.

Fortu Another trend with dating apps has been encouraging people to meet in real life as quickly as possible.

Men can only see the profiles of women who choose to show them to that particular guy.

Meanwhile, women can see where the guys physically are.

Bro New app bro is for gay men who want longterm relationships – something which perhaps differentiates it from the casual reputations of Grindr and Gaydar. Binger This app is currently just a glint in its creator’s eye (and no, it’s not an April Fool! The premise is to match people based on their online TV viewing – or box set binges (hence the name).

Except it would need to rely on Netflix, and Netflix don’t want to share the dater with the (rather unattractively named) app.

Clover Currently only available in the States, the USP of Clover is that you can send a date suggestion – including place, day and time, to someone on the app, and they can either agree or turn you down.