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Then, you'll see other users who also visited that spot.
It's an easy conversation starter (hey, which pastries do you usually get at Ceci Cela?
So, if there are red flags that you can identify ahead of time through messaging in other apps, you won't get that here.
Still, the concept is an interesting one and a nice change from the exhausting back-and-forth of arranging a date.
If you're over swiping left and swipe right, though, it's worth a try.
While this is nice in theory, it feels like a waste of time and a bit odd.
The App: Huggle The Pitch: "Discover people who go to the places you do."What we think: The more places you visit, the better your chances of meeting someone on Huggle.
After you go somewhere, the app will ask you to confirm that you did, in fact, visit that location (the geolocation was off a few times, but you can easily correct it).
Or, find a date in your feed that you'd like to go on.
This is essentially a (nearly) blind dating app for the 21st century.
In a perfect world, fewer overall matches would mean that the matches you do get lead to deep, meaningful connections and wonderful dates.