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The ubiquitous app that everyone loves to hate or hates to love — or just, like, loves — is effective in part simply thanks to its saturation: Some 50 million people have Tinder, according to Wikipedia.
Though the app is known for its nefarious hookup culture, people totally meet and fall in love here too. If it's love, be upfront about it in your self-summary.
So we've put together the ultimate guide to dating on a real-person budget, from stay-at-home options for the true homebodies to outdoorsy adventures that only require a little bit of spare cash and the right attitude. You never know when you'll find your next one-of-a-kind furniture piece, so spend a few hours perusing a dedicated antiques mart or thrift store.
Speaking of water views, relocate your date to the nearest ferry if you want a change of scenery.
Aim for an unexplored area for a longer day trip, or try a short round-trip ride for a first date where you're still—literally and figuratively—testing the waters.
When you just want some light-hearted entertainment, scoop up tickets for a comedy club amateur night or improv show.
Whether you're down for dating or looking for love, Her is certainly worth a download. (At least if you stay off Tinder, that is.) Mesh offers you a chance to "de-clutter your dating experience," thanks to their "patent-pending Mismatch," which "automatically filters sub-par messages to a Mismatch folder." Sounds like a dream.
Since we're talking about effectiveness, I have to include Align. Want more of Bustle's Sex and Relationships coverage?