Being able to meet people within a 250m radius lends itself to instant hook-ups.
If you like what you see you can hit the red love heart and if the feeling is mutual you have a ‘crush’ and can start messaging. If you don’t get a ‘crush’ after that you can safely assume this particular user isn’t interested.
‘There are thousands of possible connections that sadly remain impossible.
With their team of young creative developers, they have finally created the app that will save us from missed connections.’ Which, basically means that you actually have a chance of seeing that guy who gave you the eye in organic coffee aisle of Whole Foods again. Use them sparingly, of all the charms our tester received, not one of them was from an attractive match, so it seems to be a bit of a last ditch option. So it’s great for highly populated places like London, less so for tiny villages in the middle of nowhere.
Though our user had plenty of ‘crushes’, as yet, there have been no messages.
It’s marketed as a dating app for shy people and maybe that really is the case.
It’s a new dating app that launched in France five months ago and has just come to the UK.
It’s got a lot of buzz around it – 100,000 people signed up for the app in the first five weeks.
It then uses GPS tracking to present you with a list of people near you.It tells you whether you’ve crossed paths with them once or several times, gives you a map of roughly where you crossed paths, their photos, name, age and profession.