A common complaint with online dating apps is having conversations with others that never develop into an in-person meeting, so the 'Flirty' app has been created as a way to correct this problem.
The app works by having users give potential matches a thumbs up and connecting them for 24 hours to encourage quick communication in the form of pictures and/or videos. After the 24 hours are up, users can choose to 'Match' with their new connection, 'Extend' their chat time or 'Block' them altogether.
The 'Flirty' app offers a new approach to online dating that acknowledges common consumer complaints by encouraging users to participate in a more authentic manner. As more consumers grow comfortable with online dating, we could continue to see more apps and solutions that focus on creating genuine connections.
The 'Flirty' App Encourages Users to Meet as Soon as Possible
Michael Hemsworth — May 15, 2018 — Tech