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I argued that it didn’t take seriously the concerns of women—safety, proximity, control—even though the founder Joel Simkhai told , “As a gay man, I probably understand straight women more than straight guys do.” Yeah, but probably not enough.
Since airing my skepticism, I’ve received an e-mail or Facebook message every couple of months from a male entrepreneur who wants to pick my brain about how to make a location-based dating app appeal to women.
The site is designed for singles, as well as couples and breaks down the potential hook-ups as those who are new, those online now, and of course, those that are near to you.
All the while, your profile is setup on the homepage for you to adjust and edit as you please as you look to make more and more connections.
Well Hello has the feel of a social media platform, but as you start to look around, you quickly notice this is definitely a hookup site, and one with plenty of action.After my initial session, I only opened the app to show it to friends, scrolling through pages and pages of unappealing men in what resembled a masochistic digital-age performance-art piece titled “Why I’m Single.”In truth, though, I tried Blendr not to find love, but at the behest of a bevy of Web developers.Around the time that Blendr launched in September, 2011, I wrote a short article declaring that the app was destined to fail.To maintain this website as a free resource, we utilize links that provide us with compensation for referring you the the online dating site features.
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It is a rather simplistic platform, but that does make things easier, and the fact that it feels slightly like a social media site really makes it quite fun to use.