Men are also subjected to a points system, which is purported to help ladies know which ones are serious (a feature we can definitely get behind).In order to join, technically you must be invited by a current member or the Sparkology team, but if you click on the "Join" button, you're asked to link your Facebook profile for evaluation.We're pretty sure this app is a joke—you can only join the wait list for now—but we're hoping someone invents it for real, stat.By our 30s, ideally we've broken bad habits and patterns and are now only dating people who would make appropriate partners.On another note, Bumble's just announced the launch of Bumble Bizz this fall, which is basically swipe-based networking. If you're one of the "old people" who has gotten on board with Snapchat in a big way, you might want to try Lively, the newest app on the market.
The League has recently shifted its strategy somewhat to become events-focused, as it's hoping to transition into something akin to a members-only club like The Soho House rather than just a dating app.If that sounds like your kind of filtration system, we say go for it.Just be warned in advance that it's unlikely that the attractive celebrity with whom you're matched will be dating only you anytime in the near future.Your Lively profile will pull videos and images from various apps on your phone and edit them together to tell a complete story about you.The app comes to us from the creators of dating website Zoosk.We're guessing the results of such an experiment would be vastly different than anything we've experienced while steering our own ship, and we're so down to find out. You believe in love and romance, but you haven’t met the man of your dream yet ...When looked upon with the rose-colored glasses of nostalgia, the dating we did in our 20s was the stuff of romantic comedies, especially when compared with what it’s like a decade later. ” Sheer exhaustion is the reason going to bars is a no-go most nights—especially given the inevitable epic hangovers and a lack of single girlfriends with whom to wing-woman—but luckily, this is the digital age, so we can meet lots of men without ever leaving our Netflix accounts unattended.While it’s actually easier to date in your 30s in the sense that you know yourself better, by the time you reach a certain age you’re just, well, s Charlotte said it best: “I’ve been dating since I was 15. Here, 12 apps to try if you find yourself single—and ready to mingle—in your 30s (plus, how to take a perfect selfie for your profile).If you, however, laughed out loud at that statement (we did), you might want to consider signing up for Wingman.This app leaves the fate of your dating life in the hands of your friends, who are the sole deciders when it comes to who you will or will not go out with.