You can gain updates from nearby users, buy and send gifts for them or simply see who’s checking you out.
It’s ideal for those who travel regularly but want to meet people. Nearify (Free) Nearify touts itself as an app for letting you know of events happening near you, but it’s also a cool way of meeting new people.
While you might need to be a major extrovert to go to these alone, it can be great if you and a friend want to expand your circle (or just have an awesome night out).9. Nextdoor If you've moved to a new neighborhood and find it hard to connect with new people (a definite suburb problem), Nextdoor lets you know everything that's happening nearby—from yard sales to babysitting gigs.
Not having a lot of friends is often painted as a sign that *you're* the problem, but that's not true.
Thankfully, there are so many, low stakes ways for you to connect with new people online. Bumble BFF If you've ever used Bumble for dating, Bumble BFF is literally the same concept, just for platonic friends–you still make a profile with a few photos and a quick bio and swipe right on your faves.
The main difference is that the timer to start a conversation isn't gendered, so it's on You gotta trust an app with the word "friend" in it, right?
Friender is another swipe-y app, but the profiles you see aren't random.
When you build your profile, you add your interests so that suggested matches have at least one favorite activity in common with you.