You already know what you're into, likes, dislikes, hobbies, etc...Dating yourself also allows you the freedom to have a great time, all the time, and never have to hear "you're not paying attention to me" or other forms of bitching and nagging.
Ever been out in public somewhere, seen a cutie, been so paralyzed with nerves you can't physically walk up and say hello, and then gone home and feverishly tried to find said cutie online? The deal here is to introduce you to people you've "crossed paths with"—the app is location-based. What's great about it: Happn makes it easier to meet people you may have never noticed, but should have.
Users can designate desires and interests on their profiles to maximize compatibility.
So if, say, you're a single person who's toying around with hooking up with a couple, Feeld is for you. What's great about it: People who are dying to break the bad habit of mindlessly swiping on the couch will love Once—you literally can't waste time swiping, because there are no swipes to be had.
What you might not like: If you're looking for a long-term, monogamous relationship, you're too much time on dating apps, and everyone should be swiping smarter, not more. What you might not like: This definitely isn't for the chronically impatient or for people who are guilty of sending out mass Tinder messages in the hopes of findings a hookup, stat.
When you take yourself out on dates; dating yourself.