It’s very specific gender and kink-wise, so the potential is there to find your perfect partner.However, the free service is limited and full use is a costly £14.99/£7.50 a month, monthly/annually.

Pressure is high with that time limit – but it helps you quickly figure out whether that guy is worth the initial message. Who cares what’s at the end of the plane journey, with this app the fun starts before you even land.

Wingman lets you connect with others on your flight, giving you the chance for a sneaky in-flight get-together.

But the learnings from that earlier experiment have now popped up in Facebook’s Messenger application as a new feature called Rooms, which is rolling out now in select markets.

The limited launch is meant to serve as a test to see if Facebook’s messaging platform could encourage broader, more public conversations focused on specific topics.

It functions the same way as a match and you can strike up a conversation with them on the app.

We really love the concept of Happn and there’s some mighty fine talent on there.

Beyond meeting other like-minded individuals, you’ll also be able to find out about gay-friendly news and events going on in your area so you can take things offline.

There aren’t enough apps out there for our LGBTQ sisters and as far as they go, this is one of the best. If you want the magic of a meet-cute alongside your one night stand, Happn is a good bet.

We all know Tinder is notorious for being one of the best sex apps out there, but it isn’t the only one.

Here’s our full edit of the best sex apps to help you find the ideal Netflix and chill buddy, or to practice the best kamasutra sex positions with.

I guess the question is, how much you value your kink?