"Being around so many girls for that length of time is going to make her or break her."5. Girl Talk: As the wine and beer starts to flow on their road trip, the conversation quickly turns to the topic of dating and relationships.

Just like online dating before it, dating apps started out as a bit of a dirty secret – how many Tinder profiles joke that they’ll want to lie about how you met?

But time and ubiquity have meant that apps like Tinder and Grindr are no longer seen as a source of shame, and they’re just another of the many ways people can try and meet each other in the modern digital age.

The power is entirely in the girls’ hands – but at least you lose the pressure of coming up with a dazzling opener. All I have to do is swipe on women I'm attracted to and find interesting and eventually some of them message me.

It takes out all of your carefully crafted openers that never get responses from matches that swiped right on you in a drunken stupor or are just looking for validation and not a date.

Download: i OS / Android Shtick: Shows you people you've crossed paths with in real life 8.2 millions users worldwide / 850,000 US users / Biggest city being NYC with 230,000 users Outside of Tinder and Grindr, Happn has a claim to being the most popular of the app-only options out there.

It uses your phone’s location data to tell you which other Happn users you’ve crossed paths with, letting you know where and when you walked past each other without realizing.While the first episode welcomes new faces and new experiences, Cait is also faced with brand-new challenges that she must deal with head on—two of them being figuring out her sexual orientation and defending her conservative political views. New Friends: We all already know and love Caitlyn's fabulous squad of friends, including Candis Cayne, Chandi Moore, Zackary Drucker, Kate Bornstein and Jenny Boylan, but the season two premiere episode introduces a new member into the group: Ms. The stunning 18-year-old, who is the daughter of one of Cait's old friends, began transitioning when she was 16."Junior year, school ended and I just kind of explored myself that summer," Ella explains."I don't know how to show her without demeaning her or making her feel less than because her party that she represents doesn't believe in who we are as trans people."Caitlyn continues by asserting that transgender rights are just not a "big issue" to Republicans because they're more concerned with the economy."They're just worried about much bigger issues than the trans' issues," she explains. I think what they don't realize is this country could collapse over this at some point and if our country collapses it doesn't make any difference if you're gay, trans, whatever."Jenny is bothered by Cait's unwillingness to at least be open to their points of view. Inevitably, that success has sparked a wave of imitators and successors, from established dating websites dipping their toes in the app waters, to start-ups with a bright idea and a novel gimmick hoping to make an impression.