Did you move to a new city and have no friends yet? Or do you find it difficult to make friends as an adult? Then, you are in the right place. We will give you a list of apps to make friends instantly where you’ll have a high chance of finding a lifelong friend.
The applications below will give you a chance to meet people based on shared interests and find like-minded friends with no hassle.
Best apps to make friends
Here are 6 apps to make new friends
UNBLND is a worldwide social network that connects strangers and turns them into a group of friends. You get in touch with like-minded people based on your interests and hobbies. You get to know real people, unblind their profiles and make plans together! Are you wondering what makes this app different from others? Firstly, no profile picture is visible. You are anonymous. People look for friends based on shared interests and their preferences. Within the UNBLND app fancy pictures, likes and popularity are useless. It’s only your true self that matters. Secondly, you cannot search for any users or groups yourself. The sophisticated algorithm will automatically suggest interest groups for you. The approach of UNBLND is as personalised and thoughtful as possible.
You can download it on Apple Store and Google Play. Happy UNBLNDING!
[Only in the US]
Not that long ago, we had the pleasure to make new friends ourselves. The lovely people from Friended have a great approach to making new friends too. Sometimes it can feel awkward to just start messaging with potential new BFFs online. The Friended app helps break the ice with interactive activities like video chat, guessing games, and quizzes. It also has a "community" feature where you can post a public conversation starter to better connect with new people.
Meetup is one of the most effective apps for making new friends nowadays. You can find groups of people with a common interest and join their scheduled event. You can also make plans yourself with them to go to events, movies, parties, and so on. In addition, it has an integrated messenger that you can use to keep in touch with your friends all day long. With a large community, it is number one on our list. You can download it on Apple Store and Google Play.
We3 is another great app that has an interesting concept that also brings like-minded people together. According to them, “three” is an optimal number of people who have the greatest chances of creating a friendship. To be matched, you have to swipe through statement cards and decide whether you agree, disagree, or stay neutral on each card. Based on your answers, We3 places you into a tribe of three people who have the highest compatibilities.
The matching process considers more than 150 factors and allows you to track and manage all your shared traits, mutual interests, and values. Another interesting fact is that all group members must have the same gender. Here you can enjoy your group chats of 3 and find your future lifelong friend. Interesting, right? That is why it deserves to be on the list of the 5 best apps to make friends. You can download it on Apple Store and Google Play.
Vingle is a community-based app where they bring people with common interests together. After creating your account, you can search for the people according to your interests in a search section. You can follow people who love what you love and share anything including a simple question, long post with photos, or video. Another great feature is that you can even create your own communities if you want to be more specific about your interest. You can download Vingle for free on Apple Store and Google Play.
Patook is another popular app that helps you to find like-minded friends. Your matches rely on a points system. Basically, after creating your account, you are asked to rank different traits such as interests, languages, values, the range of age, etc. on their preference. Then you will be matched with those who accumulated the most points based on the traits that you ranked. It also offers you public discussion boards and feature (known as “beacons,”) that allows its users to schedule meet-ups and simply share their thoughts. With the help of those interesting features, it managed to be on our list of the 5 best apps to make friends. You can download it for free on Apple Store and Google Play.
And another 5 apps that will help you find like-minded people
If you search for something more or you just haven’t find the app the suits you the best, we did a little research and found out what other apps can help you in your mission to find new people. So here it goes!
This quite new app has the intention of bringing people together only by listening and talking - everything based on voices. The app works in a way that you can either enter rooms or create your own ones. Basically, it is a place where you can meet your old friends or perhaps meet new ones. The main key is only the voice, with no camera on, so similar like it is on UNBLND, you don’t have to worry about appearance or where you are. Be sure to read the guidelines and then you are ready to go! Only thing is that for the moment, as the app is still in lunching period, to enter you need to be invited by an existing user. So far you can download Clubhouse on Apple Store!
This one is quite interesting and may be quite useful in times of a pandemic or if you happen to be new in a building, or even better new in town. OneRoof is an app that helps you connect with your neighbours. It also offers you to join interest groups so you can even make friends! So once you download the app, fill in the requiring data, and you can choose the interest groups you wish to join. You can either ask for advice, things you are missing, or find a friend for your pet. The app is free to download on both Apple Store and Google Play.
The main goal of Bumble is the connection, whether is for meeting your soulmate, a friend, or even a new business mentor. Bumble consist of Date mode, Bumble BFF & Bumble Bizz; depends on what your personal goal is. The difference between Bumble and other dating app is that it challenges outdated heterosexual dating norms and empowers women to make the first move! If you wish to try it out you should download the app on Apple Store or Google Play and start meeting people.
You probably heard of Couchsurfing and maybe you would say it’s more of a travel app than an app to meet like-minded people but it can be both! The main goal is to bring travelling and meeting new cool (local) people together. It was founded a long time ago and since then it has more than 14 million people in more than 200 000 cities all over the globe. Couchsurfing connects travellers with those who are willing to share in meaningful ways, making travel a truly social experience. You can download it on Apple Store and Google Play.
The last app we gonna talk about is the one you probably all know and most of you already used it. All though it’s best known as a dating app, Tinder is also a place for meeting friends. Unlike UNBLND where you decide to unblind someone by the interest you share, on Tinder users can anonymously swipe to like or dislike other profiles based on their photos, a small bio, and common interests. Once two users have "matched", they can exchange messages. You can download it both on Apple Store and Google Play and start meeting new people!
Find out which social app suits you best
Our favourite: UNBLND
We have come to an end with our recommendations for meeting like-minded people. We hope you will find this article useful and that you will make your circle of friends bigger. Apart from meeting like-minded people through the UNBLND app, it also blows your mind by offering weekly events, many interest groups, and the possibility of meeting awesome people. All that in a fun and friendly way! Hurry up and download the app, cause as we at UNBLND like to say: you can’t ever have too many friends!