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You might not have any chemistry once you meet and that's just awkward if you've already developed feelings.If they do, only then will they know you're into them. Tingle is the kind of app you'd use while out and about. Instead of, I don't know, talking to people in a bar, you just log in to your Tingle app and see if any of the users are around.You can message each other via the app and then organise to meet up if you wish.Catch up with someone new for a coffee — it might be nothing more than friendly conversation or it might be something more.There's no fuss with Ok Cupid; it gets the job done.There are more than 7 million people on Grindr, so get on it; there's bound to be someone there for you.Tease is a small dating app run "by a couple of guys in a really small office in Perth".Badoo is a playful dating app that encourages candidates to get to know each other through games and chatting.Let's Date looks like only cool people need apply, but that's probably not the case.From politics to novels, if you're reading about it, chances are someone else will be, too.Music connects people so Tastebuds is joining together people with the same taste in music.