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One of the downsides is that when Michelle uses Tinder, men can see her name and any mutual friends they may have.Several times she has had the experience of a random Tinder user contacting a mutual friend to pry out personal details about her.
However, Michelle wishes there was more built-in protection for women using the app.She’s teamed up with two other ex-Tinder executives to create what they are calling a “safe and respectful community.” The design is strikingly similar to Tinder, but women are positioned as “holding the key.” If two users like each other and make a connection, the woman has to make the first move by starting a chat within 24 hours, or the connection will disappear forever.However, the guy is able to extend one match per day for an extra 24 hours.Women are not forced to submit their ages or height, while men have to.The main feature of the app is the “Question of the Day,” in which both men and women are asked questions like, “What song do you wake up singing every day?Michelle, a 27-year-old Calgarian, regularly uses Tinder, a simple dating app.
She likes that you can swipe right if you like the look of someone.
The owners of Twitter, Facebook, Google and Apple are overwhelmingly white men.
And if women do work there, they are not creating the algorithms or codes, they are getting coffee.”Recognizing that online dating is increasingly posing problems for women has resulted in a flurry of more female-friendly online dating apps in the past few months, all claiming to be the “anti-Tinder.”Wyldfire is one example.
These female-friendly features — invite-only, anonymity, filters and blocking — are all tools that women can now add to their arsenal as they navigate the online dating world.
Three additional apps have also recently hit the market, Bumble, Lulu and Siren.
Another app, Singled Out, launched in September, features two different interfaces for women and men.