Tinder also uses GPS so that it can trace your location, and find singles around you who’re looking to get hooked up or might want to hang out.
In case, you don’t feel like answering any question, you can skip it (not a big deal).
However, the profile picture is necessary, no matter what.
The app is available both for i Phone and Android users. Lovo is popular in Europe countries, but not in the Asia, to be honest.
This app is kind of similar to Tinder in functioning and UI, but it uses a special feature.
You can also see the picture being shared by Lovoo users who are is the same area.
This app had 36 million users in 2015, and these numbers are increasing and will keep on increasing day by day.
So, this app pretty much forces you to get connected in real like. However, it doesn’t require Facebook authentication to use the app.
If you don’t like a person in a week, then there is no point chatting back and forth for months, therefore, we really like this concept. So, if you don’t want to connect your Facebook account or don’t have one, then it’s a good app to start with.
It’s very hard for a geek and an introvert person to approach a girl/boy and ask him/her to go on a date.
If you fall in either of these categories then you’re landed on the right webpage because these dating apps will help you to find yourself someone special. But, people who are not in relationship mostly use these apps and have had success finding love partners for them (which means these apps do work).
It has a feature called “Live Radar” which you can use by enabling GPS on your mobile.