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As I always say, none of us want perpetual pen-pals on dating sites, and Meet Me Outside (MMO) gets you off your phone and out there, doing something you both enjoy.

“It’s a dating app that is connecting users based on their shared passion for adventure and an active lifestyle,” Meet Me Outside Co-Founder Rob Hand tells Bustle.

You can also choose who pays, you, the other person, or split it 50/50 — no awkward bill-sitting-on-the-table-forever moments.

Recently, Bustle’s Sex and Relationships Editor, Michelle Toglia, tried out this app and flew to Portland to meet Ray, a guy Miss Travel paired her with after she chose from five potential matches. This fairly new app does exactly what it advertises — it wants you and your date to meet outside.

With Tour Bar, you can find a travel partner in the tap of a button on your phone. At the moment, the app is only a month, the price of a fancy cup of coffee, or a year.

Some people don’t like to travel alone and, if you’re one of them, you’re in luck. You’ve may have heard about How About We, the dating app where you fill in the date idea, like “How about we… ” They call themselves the “offline dating site,” and rightfully so.

Do you travel a lot for work — or fun — and don’t want to spend your downtime alone? Skout is all about connecting you to someone with common interests, and it doesn’t have to be for a romantic outcome.

You can use it both near and far, in your city or while traveling.

You may hear of people traveling far for love, but what about joining a dating app that specializes in travel and activities?

In a group, there’s no pressure, everyone relaxes, and you can be yourself.

Each month is packed with 30-50 great event choices: foodie, night out, active adventure, casual hangout…

“Partake gives users full control over activities and offers something a little more intimate, but without the romantic overtones that come with dating apps.” Sounds great to me, not having that sometimes-awkward romantic pressure, but still doing a fun activity with other people.

Speaking of which, you can plan it, as well as who joins you, or you can check out what others have created.

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