Aside from the usual physical appearance, location, and sexual preference questions, Clover also gives you the option of answering 20 profile questions in a similar manner to OkCupid. (If you're impatient, just stick with Tinder or PURE.) There is an option to check that you're only looking to hook up, so you can at least ensure that you won't be giving the wrong idea. While you can swipe to match, you can also request to go on a date (and even suggest a place and time), or create mixer events for multiple users to meet up. (AskMen's Clover reviewer saw a mixer titled "Lol why am I using this app," and we love that.) Note: There is a free version of Clover, but the premium memberships allows for unlimited chatting, plus you'll be able to unlock all photo, video, and badge features. Paying for an app is annoying, but Clover's impressive 4.5 star review and nearly 20,000 ratings on the App Store tells us people think it's worth it).

If you're in the market for a hookup that satisfies a particular fetish, look no further than the FetL app, a dating app that connects local singles with shared fetish interests. This app packs all of the GPS features of Grindr (read: you can find out if there's anyone who's into the same fetish as you at the bar you're at), with the ease of Tinder's swipe left/right functionality to make finding a fetish hookup easier than it's ever been before. "When I'd meet people in clubs, they almost always told me that they found it difficult to meet people who shared their fetishes," Iris Li, one of the co-founders of FetL explains. She created FetL to help fill the gap, and users have been getting their needs met ever since.
Signing up as a couple has its benefits: The other users instantly know who's involved and if it's something they're interested in, both of you can search for partners, and both of you can participate in video chats and sexting. 99 Flavor's thing is that it's always couples talking to couples — so there don't have to be any "Oh yeah, my girlfriend is also here," type conversations that are almost inevitable on singles' apps.
You’ll find mixed reviews online ranging from “terrible experience”, to “this is a godsend”. One thing’s for sure, your odds of hooking up here are as good, or better than any other adult dating site simply because of the fact that they have managed to stick around for as long as they have, since 1996 to be exact, and have amassed an enormous member base.
Wild provides users with the anonymity that other dating apps don't. For starters, there's no social login required. The app also goes the extra mile to verify its users (meaning, you'll need to send a photo of you giving a thumbs up, which is then checked against the photos you've posted to verify it's really you), helping to take the awkwardness out of meeting up with a potential hookup that looks nothing like her picture. You can also filter by intention, so that you're not wasting time sorting through matches who are here for something serious. Once you've found a hookup for the night, you can set your profile to invisible so that other users aren't messaging you when you're, uh, in the middle of something.
SwingFinder.com – I included a site for the adventurous couples out there that are into swapping partners. SwingFinder is run by the same folks who run AdultFriendFinder, and they claim to be the biggest swinger’s site out there. You will greatly increase your chances of finding like-minded couples if you upgrade your membership, but rest assured, finding fun times for free is totally possible.
This app’s name speaks for itself. The app works for any single man or woman with a taste for the wild side. Like the Tinder, Wild is easy to use. All it takes is registration, a flattering photo upload and verification, and snap, you can have your dream hook-up in no time. The Wild App matches you with people in your locale, so you can meet your match in person immediately you click with them.
HER claims to be the app that will "introduce you to every lesbian you've ever wanted to meet" — so if you've been feeling like there are literally no new lesbians left where you live, you'll be pleasantly surprised to watch your hookup possibilities grow before your eyes. It's nice to have genuine options that aren't just straight girls on Tinder looking to make friends or find a threesome partner. A hookup app for lesbians that's not completely sexualized by straight men? Is this real life?
If you're in the LGBT+ community, then you've almost certainly already heard of Grindr, which is the largest dating/hookup app of its kind, and a pioneer in the field. Creating an account takes no time at all, and then you're connected to single people near and far. You can interact with people by sending either text or audio messages, and if you like the way the interaction is going, you can even share your locations to facilitate a quick and easy hookup.
DOWN does ask its users to sign up via Facebook for identity verification purposes, but the platform promises not to post or blow your cover to your friends and family. The app pulls personal data to help you complete a profile quickly and to use your friends network to find viable dates. Don’t worry though, no one will know you’ve liked their profiles until they’ve liked yours too. Read the DOWN privacy policy for more details on where you data goes.
On the downside, the website is more of a Facebook for horny people than an all-encompassing hookup site. There aren't nearly as many ways to get involved with other horny members, and that might just be because the user base simply isn't as big. (However, give it a year or two and we wouldn't be surprised if it competed with the ranks of eharmony.) iHookup also offers many "What are you like?" and "What are you looking for?" questions that can be displayed on your profile, and they even give you a "between the sheets" sex compatibility ranking for each user you come across. (Read our full review of iHookup here.)
Tinder is great app for hookups mainly due to the sheer number of users that are on it (a respectable 57 million as of 2019). Finding a willing hookup buddy in your area is undoubtedly a numbers game, and while not everyone on this app is on it for a casual fling, the odds are high that you'll be able to connect with users that are looking for something casual tonight. Not to mention, it's beyond easy to use. Create a profile with some photos, choose an age and location range for the person you're looking for, and start swiping (left to reject, right to accept). If you both dig each other, you'll be able to send messages to get things started.

In business since 1996, Gay Friend Finder is one of the OGs in connecting local gay men — whether that be singles, couples, or groups. Unlike Grindr, which has at least five matches for you at any given time of the day, Gay Friend Finder's user base is a bit of a desert. With an active user base of under 50,000 men, don't get your hopes up about an immediate hookup. However, the small circle of men who do have profiles are mature (the majority are 30 or older), and may be more likely to want an ongoing friends-with-benefits thing than a mindless booty call. It's a good thing there aren't many users to fish through, because filtering options are almost non-existent.

DOWN does ask its users to sign up via Facebook for identity verification purposes, but the platform promises not to post or blow your cover to your friends and family. The app pulls personal data to help you complete a profile quickly and to use your friends network to find viable dates. Don’t worry though, no one will know you’ve liked their profiles until they’ve liked yours too. Read the DOWN privacy policy for more details on where you data goes.
Tips for men: Flesh out your profile fully with details about what you're after, what you offer, and where you're at relationship-wise. Make sure you post at least a few pictures of yourself; face pics definitely increase your chances of getting a reply (although you can limit to showing your face to 'friends' only). Then, hit the groups in your geographical region that cater to singles, and post a note with what you're seeking.
Pure offers a short window for chatting, deleting conversations and photos exchanged between users an hour after they've been sent. That means you spend more time getting busy and less time exchanging niceties. It is overtly branded as a hookup app, so you know the intentions of whoever you're chatting with without having to play the guessing game. Not only does this app protect your anonymity by making messages and images self-destruct, but it's also free to download. Talk about a win-win.
The questions are pretty standard and are similar to what most other in-depth dating sites will ask. You'll give yourself a rating on prompts like "I'm an honest partner," with sliding scale responses. On paper, asking deep questions like these right off the bat makes total sense when pairing two people together — but they're so basic and annoying. As much as you'd like to lie to feel better about yourself, you know deep down that's not the way to a healthy relationship. Admitting that you're not as mature in a certain area is key to eharmony matching you with someone who complements you. SO DON'T LIE.
What Sucks: Grindr free subscription has a lot of ads which is quite annoying. You have to pay to access the ad-free version of the app. The majority of the men on the app is not looking for safe or normal conversations. Some of the pictures are a bit too explicit and include everything but faces which may be a good thing or bad thing depending on if you want a hookup or something with more substance.
EasySex.com – Easy Sex is just that, easy. This site is easy to use, easy to join, and is 100% free. You will be able to connect with a lot of locals and the pictures are easily some of the hottest I’ve had in my casual dating experiences. If you want to upgrade your membership, you’ll only increase your chances of finding a hottie for the evening.
Psst, people who are over Tinder but not yet ready to join the ranks of marriage-crazed eHarmony: OkCupid is your new best friend. This hip, LGBT-friendly site has won the hearts of millennial and mature singles alike, and we'd give it the crown for being the smartest combo of spontaneous and serious. It's the place for, well, pretty much everyone who takes dating seriously, but still wants to have fun.
Singles can stay safe while online dating by using their heads and taking reasonable precautions when meeting someone new online. Don’t rush into an intimate relationship without first vetting the person. Don’t give out your personal details (full name, address, phone number, bank account details, etc.) on your dating profiles and never, ever, ever give money to someone you haven’t met in person.
In conclusion, this casual dating app is convenient for any single person juggling crazy hours with an active social life. The Wild hookup app will afford you the anonymity online dating sites boast of while exposing you to a wide variety of people to meet and hook up with. No matter you are looking for long term relationship or just one night stand,  Wild app is worthy to have a try.

If you're in the LGBT+ community, then you've almost certainly already heard of Grindr, which is the largest dating/hookup app of its kind, and a pioneer in the field. Creating an account takes no time at all, and then you're connected to single people near and far. You can interact with people by sending either text or audio messages, and if you like the way the interaction is going, you can even share your locations to facilitate a quick and easy hookup.
Respect the privacy of other users. Other hookup site members care about their security as much as you care about yours, which is why you need to treat it with respect. Don’t make any details about your sexual partner or the encounter public even if you have been disappointed or treated the wrong way. Settle those issues privately with the user or ask the customer support for help.
If your life is too busy to squeeze in the time-consuming intricacies of a longer-term relationship, or you're just looking for a little low-stakes fun tonight, you need a quick, surefire way to find a quality fling. Dance clubs and dive bars may have worked in the '90s, but now, even if you’re out, your phone is a much easier way to find someone to "watch Netflix and chill" with (especially someone you won’t regret tomorrow).
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