The original vision of the app was to be specifically for threesomes, but since the public image overhaul it has opened up its scope and is more about providing a community for the “kinky, curious, and openminded.”The app is designed to be a private space where both individuals and couples can be introduced to those with similar sexual interests.
It uses Facebook to verify its users, while also giving users the opportunity to hide their Feeld profiles from friends on the social network for privacy reasons.
There are some pretty good guides out there for couples trying to customize their profile to reel in a unicorn.
Overall, it’s all about transparency: having clear photos of both members of the couple and being explicit about being interested in playtime with other people in the profile description.
That includes things like roleplay, domination, and yes, threesomes as well.
Yaroshenko is hoping to build a community of sex positive people, both couples and singles, to find others that are open to exploring their heart’s (and nether regions’) desires.
By being upfront in the search for threesomes, all involved parties will hopefully be able to match.
Two partners indicate which fantasies and kinks they’re interested in exploring, and the app will reveal which ones both people would like to indulge in.
Simply having a conversation involving threesome play can be awkward or embarrassing, so Under Covers can help mitigate those feelings.
Currently available only for Android devices, the Under Covers app isn’t for finding a threesome.
It’s for couples who want to start having open discussions about possibly having group sex along with a slew of other fantasies.