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But the two friends (who describe themselves as “pomosexuals“) were too impatient to use the available dating apps on the market, all of which required them to spend hours flirting with potential flings via chat or text message before getting a date and, possibly, sealing the deal.
They knew there were horny people around them looking for sex — and nothing more — but had no way of figuring out where, and who, they were.
We thought it would be cool to have something like that to find a sex From that brainstorm came Pure, a new app that brings the on-demand convenience of Uber or Seamless to the bedroom.
On Pure, users designate their gender and the gender(s) of the people they’d like to sleep with, specify whether they are able to host or not, and are shown any other willing users in the surrounding area, each with an “Okay” or “No Way” prompt.
And just exactly how should I make that first move, when all you wrote in your "about me" was an angry comment about women not asking you out? At any rate, this is still a thing So Many Guys Do, so it gives me no sense of who you are at all. Making a joke about how we're dumb if we swipe left.
Confidential user feedback keeps creeps at bay, and people who repeatedly no-show arebanned.
Pure, which will launch next week pending approval by Apple’s App Store (“we have a plan B,” says Sidorenko), is the newest entry into one of the hottest subgenres of consumer tech: the minimalist hookup app.
“We thought it would be cool to use an approach like Uber,” Sidorenko says.
“Where you basically create the request, and you get a car pretty soon.