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If Wiith does manage to attract users and take on some of Meetups’ 20 million-plus fan base, it could prove a popular choice for business travellers keen to find someone to share an evening meal with, and city newbies hoping to track down a running partner within hours of unpacking their trainers.
As for me, I'm hoping that some of those people sign up in the next 24 hours and make Youcef a proper offer...
Youcef actually approved my coming along, and as I write this very sentence has just pinged me to say ‘hey’. A fresh dating app seems to spring up every month, and friendship platforms are following suit – today, the young, mobile generation appreciates the practicality and instantaneous nature of forming relationships by scrolling through pictures and sending a few messages.
With that in mind, Wiith already has a few similar models to compete with.
You’ll be able to see the number of times you’ve crossed paths with someone, as well as the time and place of your last encounter. The Grade will reward users who are very dateable, have a quality profile, response rate and tone of messages.
However those who fail to meet quality standards receive failing grades.
In the beginning of February, we warned you that Tinder was about to monetize their their app AKA charge for swipes.
Tinder’s premium service launched on Monday and there was a new stinky wrinkle; a bit of age discrimination towards horny users aged 30 .
It’s here where the app’s likeness to Tinder becomes starkly apparent.The app is said to be “run by girls,” and men can’t send the first message to women.Act fast because the chance to connect disappears after 24 hours.The app also gives more information than most dating apps.You can share such intimate details as occupation and education history.
For better or worse, Hinge markets itself as the “anti-Tinder.” The downside is having a much smaller dating pool, and people who may actually know what a piece of shit you really are. The user’s photos are pixelated, so matches are not solely based on looks.