But there is something seriously missing from the magic equation that has worked pretty well since the dawn of time: the spark check.
We might already be ruffling some feathers in the online dating industry. Fast forward to today and we’re publicising that is now the first video chat dating app.
Firstly, before launch we wrote a blog post, put up our initial marketing video and got some interest generated via hacker news. We got covered for the first time in the major tech press on Giga OM. The video chat feature is cool, but it’s a paid extra.” That’s a complete and utter fabrication.
A well established dating company contacted us to offer to buy us out before launch. No one has ever before integrated live video chat in an app and made it so easy for people to connect and verify who they’re speaking to on the other end. also received a review on i Tunes today for our current version 1.1.2, from a guy called “Bostonian”, and this is what he said: “No gay fellas in Boston. is free to use, there is no In-App purchase, no cost to download, it’s completely funded via i Ads and is completely free to the end user.
Not only is it inaccurate with regard to our business model, it also is untrue that there are no gay fellas in Boston on our service. Maybe a disgruntled competitor doesn’t like what we’ve set out to achieve and are resorting to spreading missinformation through a fake review. Apple doesn’t seem to have an easy way to remedy this other than filing a “Report a Concern” link in i Tunes.
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