I'm a Pixel user so can't play with it for now, but it's refreshing to see a new approach to dating apps. We'd like to monetize by organizing special themed parties in-app, with a small admission fee. Themed parties mean that we can create sponsored events — we already have some experience working with big brands on similar sponsored events (in the Russian part of the Internet), and such projects have shown very good results.
Feel free to contact us at: [email protected]@hunter_trujillo You are right in that the app is certainly aimed at heterosexual users. First is that we had to start somewhere with our concept (which is far from being limited to "two apps" idea).I just believe in equality both ways and think that there's a place for products for all audiences. I hate the trend of boilerplate "viral" apps without any substance, mission, or purpose. Sadly, in recent years, same-sex relationships are discouraged and all but illegal, and public "propaganda" of homosexuality is straight up illegal. Make sure to drop us an email at [email protected] really like the visual style and the quirky tone.This means that creating an LGBT-oriented app is nigh impossible. 👌 It has a bit of an 80's vibe which is pretty popular right now.but everything needs to start somewhere.) This is not the kind of dating app where you skim endlessly in search for "the right one".The app announces in advance the date and time of an online event, which has everyone going online at the same time — just like a party.The thing we always missed in online dating was the actual excitement.Meeting someone by pure chance, being embarrassed and having these awkward pauses, feeling a bit of growing interest and a great deal of confusion. And here we are, with two apps — OH BOY for girls and OH GIRL for guys — that are the two halves of a single online service.It's the same reason we only have i OS version right now. As you may know, the regrettable state of things is that same-sex relationships are heavily stigmatized here, and what's more important, public "gay propaganda" is straight up illegal and punishable by law.So creating an LGBT app is nigh impossible at the moment.Glitche is a next-generation visual editor, with unique real-time, photo and video filters.Glitche filters are utilized in fashion industry, advertising, and music video production.