It's launching on i OS this week, though it's been available on Android since last year and has already garnered a really positive response from its users.
So why exactly do geeks need their own dating platform?
reports that the feature is being presented as an added layer of security — so you can get a sense of what you’re dealing with. It’s honestly just nice to be able to interact with someone (and determine if they have a completely irritating giggle or are totally lacking a sense of humor) before you commit to spending several potentially awkward hours with them.
On the other hand, though, this does give people a way into your real life.
To put it simply: Bumble is doing quite well without being under the same roof as Tinder.
Under Wolfe's direction, Bumble has a lot more to do in the future.
But Badoo’s version sets itself apart by being a real-time way to actually interact with someone, as opposed to just let them see a recorded version of yourself.
You have to send at least one text message with a match before you can move into video chat.
That means that wannabe users won't be informed that they've been banned, nor will they know the reason behind this ban.Penora says the company updates the data monthly so users are "constantly scanned," and no one slips through the net.The background check currently takes 3.2 seconds to do, says Penora.Dick pics are already a plague, and it’s very hard to imagine that something similar won’t be an issue when you open the door to real-time chat. This app did a total relaunch in October — the emphasis is now on forming real relationships over hookups — and since then has only been available on i OS.Cuddli also lets you put interest icons on your profiles to identify what, specifically, makes you geek out.