These days, there seem to be apps for everything — dating, adventure-seekers, and book-lovers. Perhaps you’ve tried Meetup groups, but they’re too intimidating or have too many members — you just want something more low-key.
And, yes, you can “befriend” people on dating apps, but if the initial intent was to date, a “friend” from there may have ulterior motives.
Then, just start looking for like-minded sports aficionados based on their interest(s), location, and skill level.
After meeting up with others, you rate them on a scale of one to five “knuckles,” an icon that looks like a fist, based on their athletic ability.
Oh, and instead of a bio, you describe yourself via three emojis (and you can still write a bio if you so choose) — which is awesome and so 2016.
Do you and a couple friends want to meet some new people IRL? When you log onto CLIQ, you can then match with another group of friends.
— or another person for a pick-up game of basketball, the options are endless.