Users can make friends, read content, find out about local events, or simply chat.

Let's face it, it gets more difficult to meet potential relationship partners as you get older.

That's why these dating apps founded by women are a great option if you're considering dipping your toe in the online dating world.

The names is derived from the term Sapio Sexual, which means “attracted to the mind.” According to the Huffington Post, Sapio was founded by Kristin Tynski, her wife Kelsey Libert, her twin brother Dan Tysnki, and her brother-in-law Nick Santillo.

The app offers tools like its question explorer feature, which lets you discover others through the stories they tell.

And they’re going to do so in 24 hours or the match disappears, so she feels encouraged to do it."If you're in an online-dating drought, and you're ready to take control of your dating narrative like Wolfe, check out these dating apps designed with you in mind.

"HER is about creating a space where lesbian, bi, queer, curious, flexisexual, pansexual, and not ­so ­straight women can meet and find out what’s going on in their lesbian world," according to a press release from HER.

"I always felt that for me as a woman, I always had to wait around,” Bumble founder Whitney Wolfe said in the .

“In all other arenas, I was ambitious and a go-getter, but when it came to dating, I wasn’t supposed to go after what I wanted. K., here’s what we’re going to do: Women make the first move.

It is unfortunate that so many people join dating sites but so few put a fair effort into writing a really good profile that makes them stand out from thousands of other users.

I am not sure why people go through the trouble of signing up and filling all those questionnaires and then post a profile that looks like a copy of any other neutral, boring, profile full of cliches and types.

"In the early days I'd go to nightclubs with a bottle of sambuca in one hand, and tequila in the other, and encourage girls to download the app in return for a shot," Exton told the BBC.