We don't think anyone should be ashamed to be "caught" online dating; however, some of us may not so much appreciate our colleagues or future colleagues knowing what's up in our romantic lives, so the fact that The League hides your profile from Linked In and Facebook contacts is a big plus in our book. The platform kicks people off if they're not actively dating: No looky-loos allowed.
This app promises to match you to people with whom you've crossed paths in the non-virtual world, somehow making things feel a little more organic.
We recently added Canada to our list of countries worth moving to.
Maple Match hilariously promises to enable your move north by partnering you with a Canadian.
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.
We have a feeling its demo will skew 20s, so if you're looking for a slightly younger man, this could be the perfect platform for you.