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Best Friendship Apps You Can Use To Meet New Friends

by Vanessa Waithera
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Are you looking to make new friends online?

Maybe you’re not the kind that is interested in dating but you genuinely need a social circle. In these times of corona you may need people to keep you company and certainly those that have similar interests as you. These are the best apps you can use to meet new friends.

The new feature, called BFF, essentially lets users use the same swiping and matching algorithms for friendship instead of dating. Here’s how it works: After switching into BFF mode, users will see their potential dates replaced by people of the same sex that Bumble thinks you would want to be friends with. The idea is that you match with people who have similar interests and who can relate to what your bio says, so make sure your bio is interesting. Before you know it, you can regularly hangout with like minded people who can eventually be friends.

The best way to make friends on Twitter is by engaging with other folks’ tweets through likes, replies, and retweets. Once you’ve established a connection with someone on your timeline, you can send them a direct message to keep the conversation going. There a number of witty people on Twitter and I’d like to believe that Twitter is a social platform for people who can have smart conversations, isn’t that the ideal place to get some friends?

When I asked someone who uses this app about their experience, this is what he said.

“Its hit or miss for sure, but I mean, Meetup, in theory, should be the best way to make friends IRL since youre with a bunch of other people with similar interests who are also looking to make friends. Ive def made some of my closest friends from it. And I mean, lets say the group of guys isnt great, whatever, youre still doing something that you like to do. Its still a good time. John, 38.”

The best way to make friends on Instagram is by replying to someone’s stories. If they respond to you, it’s easy to strike up a conversation from there. You can also find other people with similar interests and identities by following hashtags that apply to your passions. One of my closest friend came from IG, she used to respond to content that she felt made us similar and

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