Users can swipe right to like or left to pass and if someone likes them back, it’s a match.
They can then have the option of chatting with a match or snap a photo to share a moment with all of their matches at once.
With more than seven million guys in 192 countries, the app claims that “there are always more than 300,000 guys online at any moment!
”Tinder Countries: South Africa, Guinea, Equatorial Guinea, Morocco A very straightforward app, Tinder allows users to connect with people in a certain vicinity of the user.
Mobile applications are slowly transforming African society.
With 20% of Africa’s 1.1 billion-strong population now online, and 70% of internet users using mobile phones, the impact of applications is set to reverberate across social, political and economic spaces.
Special features include; the most beautiful singles – users can vote for the ones they like, participate, and join the Top 100 members. The unique feature being that users can find potential ‘mates’ on a map and meet and date new people nearby.
Tagged Countries: Sierra Leone A flirt, meet, chat app, Tagged has over 300m people on it and is said to the leading social network for meeting new people.
Lovoo Countries: Swaziland, Mali This app provides a network for finding, chatting and dating, with over 12 million members worldwide.
Lovoo has live radar that allows users to connect with people nearby.