The Bumble Boost upgrade, which ranges from .99 to .99, makes it easier and faster to meet or date people.
A recent update to Bumble added video and voice chat features that appear once you've made connections with people in Date, Bizz and BFF modes.
If the attraction is mutual, then the app will set you up with a 7-day chat window and icebreaker.
A recent redesign of the app puts a greater emphasis on user profiles, giving you the ability to comment on profiles and photos in hopes of fostering more connections between Coffee Meets Bagel users.
Tinder continues to tinker with its formula, with recent additions including a looping video feature and a geolocation-based Places to find matches who share your hangouts.
For Android users, Tinder just added a new payment process that bypasses Google Play, so that it doesn't have to share revenue with Google; it will be interesting to see how Google reacts to that move.
You can Like photos of other users, and if the interest is mutual, the app will link you up to chat.
Of course, it's also more than just meeting prospective dates, with the app offering social features, news and articles about LGBTQ issues, events, questions and more.
Bumble (Android, i OS) aims to let you make new dates or friends in your area.
With this app, the queen bee (any female) must make the first move after two people mutually connect and are part of each other’s hive.
Coffee Meets Bagel (Android, i OS) takes the opposite approach to many dating apps, trying to focus on quality rather than quantity.