But whether you're ready to delete your account or you never had one in the first place, there are plenty of dating apps that work without Facebook.Some prefer not to have a Facebook at all (myself included), while others have a profile, but would rather not drag mutual friends into the dating equation.I've been hearing my girlfriends discuss their wins and losses with a variety of online-dating phone apps, so I'm breaking down the newest means of tech-based courtship.THE dating app Tinder now has millions of users looking for love and has helped thousands of people find their perfect partner. Daters can swipe right to "like" a profile and left to reject it.Read on to see the 20 awesome dating apps that made our list.Thinking about spicing up things in the bedroom with your next date?These are sex and relationship expert Dr Pam Spurr's top tips for staying safe while dating online...
Two people who have "liked" each other's profiles are deemed a match, and can beginning messaging via the app.
She said: “That was the weirdest fricking date ever.” Sun girl Tinderella recently revealed her worst date ever - when her companion asked if she had slipped a rape drug in his drink.
Another singleton was left severely injured on her first date with a boy racer who crashed his BMW.
The app is now available in 196 countries around the world, and it is estimated to make up to hundreds of matches every second.
A website Swipebuster claims it will help people see if their other half has a Tinder profile.