The hugely popular game, which became available in the UK last week, is an app-based augmented-reality edition of the long-running video game franchise and sees the fictional creatures superimposed into real life settings.Users can roam the real world to search for Pokémon.The game has proved so successful that it recently became the most popular mobile game in US history.

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By Erin Nicole Most articles written these days about modern dating posit that app culture is awesome for men but depressingly disadvantageous for women. Sure, most women—and we’re generalizing here—prefer meaningful connections to meaningless hookups, but this doesn’t mean we’re all husband-hunting on Tinder.

For some it’s just a diversion, much like Instagram.

For others, it’s simply a way of meeting new people.

And still others are just looking to break a dating dry spell or add a little excitement into an otherwise boring night.

The venture is an offshoot of existing dating service Project Fixup.

The first 'PokéDate' is free but after that, you must refer friends or pay (£15) for each additional date. recently issued a statement following a series of server issues over the weekend.The game has attracted controversy since its release, with police in Australia issuing a warning over gamer safety that users should be aware of their surroundings, while it has also been reported that a gamer found a dead body while playing the game.In other , Aussie expat Sonny Truyen wrote on Facebook over the weekend: “You can't fucking catch Pokémon in this piece of fucking shit country.” That was after new statistics suggested that in the US, Pokémon Go is already as popular as Twitter, and more popular than Tinder.To help you figure out where you should best invest your time, we’ve broken down the increasingly overwhelming app options by goal. Photo: @josephineskriver/Instagram Just Having Fun You’re bored and want to meet new people, you’ve recently relocated and don’t know anyone in your new town or you’re just looking for some fun (whatever that entails for you).Whatever the case, you don’t want to be bothered with intense profile requirements or vetting processes.Here are the apps for you: Happn: Happn feels more like a fun game than a dating app.