App analytics company Applause recently completed a study of 97 dating apps to see which ones were meeting user expectations.

To qualify, an app had to have more than 2,000 reviews across the App Store and the Google Play store.

The app presents you with around a dozen matches a day for you to swipe yes/no on.

Download Hinge (i OS, Android) Grindr's mission was to help gay guys meet up, quickly, wherever they were.

But what is going to make a potential hook-up banish you into the abyss of the left swipe?

In summer, a survey by u Switch showed that nearly one in five of us used the dating app during a festival, which is a staggering 2.5 million millennials swiping their way through the crowds. Tinder has seen many changes over the last few years, from adding extra functions to developing Tinder online so that you can literally swipe anywhere.

It's more explicitly focused on just hooking up than most dating apps, though it has the option to "get date" or "get down." Download Down (i OS, Android) Tinder was the app that set off the dating app craze.

Its iconic interface lets you swipe yes/no on a series of potential dates.

In particular, Hinge, one of our favorites, did not fare well.

Here is America's ranking of 11 popular dating apps, as measured by Applause: Hinge's innovation was that it only matched you with your extended social network — friends of friends.

It quickly became a smash hit, and recently sold a majority stake to a Chinese gaming company.