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It also seemed to struggle with logging in quite a lot (more than Grindr anyway which is saying something).Can you see Willam Belli or another drag queen making a song with a reference to Jack’d? As far as “hook up” usefulness, yes like Grindr it is location based so can show the guys around you it doesn’t really sell itself as a hookup friendly app. Except on this one its long walks and snuggles and on Grindr its long dicks and group sessions.Like the others it is location based so if you are anywhere near another user then you’ll show up and who knows what could happen.It doesn’t appear to offer any sort of “matching” service nor does it offer chances to detail your sexual preferences so in the battle between “sex app” vs “dating app” Horney remains decidedly neutral.On the ‘looking for love’ scale, if you go onto it with low expectations when it does happen (and I know that it has) then it’s a pleasant surprise. Now I fully accept that was being prejudiced having that view and I took the plunge some months ago and signed myself up with an account.Otherwise, I’d recommend it for visiting new areas and seeing who is about or for those days when a booty call is really all you want (and don’t deny that you have those days, because we all know that you do! For months I have resisted the urge to join Plenty of Fish because, rightly or wrongly, I saw this type of site as the last chance saloon of singledom. I’m all about challenging perceptions and all that so why not start with my own?That’s a massive generalisation but you get the point.“Wapo” (what used to be called Bender before someone cottoned on that it really is a stupidly unwise name) apparently is Spanish for ‘handsome man’.
I’d say out of all of the profiles that messaged me during my time on here a good 50% were “non-UK” based.
I’m undecided if it’s worth paying the extra few pound for.
It could be to remove the ridiculous about of adverts that are on the free version.
If you are concerned like I was that being on there is “sad” or not something to admit in public then I would challenge you do try it out. Again, the app is only as good as what you put into it. Like POF tinder a simpler app designed to “match” people based on their personalities and likes/dislikes.
Tinder asks you to complete a survey and provide as much information about you as possible so that it can create a list of possible matches for you and ask you to “like” or “not quite right” profiles that it presents to you.
I’ve gone with a small selection of the ones most people appear to have heard of (or that came recommended to me). Love it or hate it the fact is that most (emphasis on most, but not all) gay men have been on it at some point over the last six or seven years.