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It used to be that making new pals was as easy as recess in the schoolyard. Adulthood, however, poses its own obstacles to finding your ride or die —the least of which are crammed schedules, parental duties, and not wanting to leave your comfort zone, especially if you're an introvert.
But these platonic relationships can be so vital. Just as dating apps have helped to solve the dilemma of finding love in the digital ageapps to make friends are working to fill another void. For those looking for a new workout buddy or kindly neighbor to get coffee with on the weekends, try Bumble BFF. Dog lovers can find companions on Pawdates. Avid readers can get an online book club started with like-minded people around the world using Skout. Or, take a quick survey on the app Friender to help match you with a potential new BFF. Options abound, so read on for the best friendship apps that can both help you expand your network and find the Gayle to your Oprah or vice versa.
Bonus: Most of them are free. A simple way to a like-minded social circle, Meetup matches people based on their shared interests. Read: female programmers, bar hoppers, and even nature photographers. Cost: Free. Download Now. If you like to take your time getting to know new people before jumping into a friendship, Yubo is a social networking app that lets you swipe to find new friends, chat with them in app, explore different interest groups, and even live video stream with your new acquaintances.
The female-centric Bumble dating app burst onto the scene in Since then, the founder has launched the buzzy BFF mode as a way for women to meet women simply wanting friends. Created to empower women through female friendship, Hey! Once you match, the app suggests a spot to meet, like a hiking trail or a wine bar. A private social networking app, Nextdoor is your window to everything happening in your neighborhood, be it block events, furniture swaps, or even car break-ins. Beyond being just a news source, though, the app encourages in-person meetings, leading to new friendships. Hoping to make more friends in your neighborhood, or find people who are interested in the same hobbies as you?
Founded inSkout allows you to chat, send photos, and exchange virtual gifts with new friends. You might just find your new book club group on the app. Enter: Peanut, an app created with mamas in mind. An easy way to meet mom friends, seek parenting advice, and mom-versations, the app suggests women with similar-age children in your neighborhood with the nearly universal swiping method.
Trying to conceive? You have a dog. But is he someone who talks back and can actually mull over The Crown with you? Set up play dates for you and your pup through Pawdates, a social networking app for pet owners. Engaging in team sports exercises more than just your cardiovascular system.
They build your social network, too. Atleto knows this and matches fitness fiends based on their location, skill levels, and workout frequency. Through the app, you can a preexisting group softball team, running club or host a sport activity of your very own.
And who knows? Maybe you find the dream workout buddy. Not only do moms feel isolated at times, but when they do get out, avoiding mom-shame landmines is a crafty task. Mom Life is way to sidestep all of that and get right to making worthwhile friendships. According to the site's description, the brand prides itself on its judgment-free safe space for meeting other moms, getting advice, and building the support system every mom needs. 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.
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