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The app itself is fine, and I used to use it quite regularly. Recently, however, spam (fake profiles asking you to visit a website) is out of control. I've turned off notifications because of it; please work on a filter to get back to how good the app used to be.
A nice idea though I don’t see the need to categorize the chats as they are. The main problem are the fakes; at best they waste time, but at worst they’ll scam you out of money and potentially your identity. I don’t know if that’s really possible, but I’m sure lots of folks enable location tags on pics and I know one’s email is linked to many apps, including bank apps. Even if that isn’t a problem, this app needs to do more. If I, a user, can find where the same photo has been used in three profiles, then surely a tech company can do the same- and I’ve reported quite a few profiles. I have a photo storage app that automatically identifies and collates pictures of people; why does this app do that? I’ve been chatted up by no fewer than FIFTEEN fake scammers in one week. this app does offer nice advice on instant protestations of love and “too good to be true” issues, and boy do these fakes deliver there. Military, on a mission but coming home soon, maybe a dog or two... strange though, that a guy supposedly born and raised in the states can’t type in English. It’s more than just grammatically poor, it’s absolutely incomprehensible. this app needs to find a way to weed these out somehow. I’ll be deleting my account soon, but I’ve started having fun messing with the fakers’ minds a bit. If all I can find are fakes, I don’t need it.
2 stars for trying but the end result is the app just tries your patience. It’s needlessly complex with chats divided into Primary, Requests and All - which is made worse by false alerts for new messages when what’s really happened is that a previously opened message somehow changes back to new unopened. Message alerts do not go away easily - you need to refresh each type of chat to kill them dead. As others have noted: Pop-up ads are constant and like those alerts are like the undead - they just keep coming. On the plus side you can now copy the text in a profile and copy it to Google translator, which here in Thailand is very helpful. KISH: keep it simple, this app and it’ll work a lot better.
It seems that my profile attracts people from Africa and the Caribbean who seem to have no money and wish me to open bank accounts and other items to help them in their quest to gain their inheritance even had one guy state that he was in the Air Force and Afghanistan and got a large reward for helping a sultan save his family then he pulled the trick Of trying to have me give some person $5520 just to get his Reward back to the United States Think there are lots of scammers on the site so beware
By Lavender X
Lot of fake profiles on these “LGBTQ+” social networking apps. I just recently uncovered a profile on this app using my friend’s photos. It was definitely not my friend and he confirmed it. Of course the fake user was making political discourse... I really think these “LGBTQ+” social apps might be an attempt to make identity politics out to be more popular than it truly is. I used to be more progressive minded, as were a number of my friends, but when you see most real LGBTQ+ people in person are nothing like on these “LGBTQ+” social networks (whom the media doesn’t seem to publicize as much as they do the “elites”), you realize there’s something off about the ebb and flow of these internet social networks. But then this is just for cyberloafer people without real jobs that moreso waste their time online. This is where the propaganda for identity politics flows. In my own experience, I think the discrete political movement to try to propagate our LGBTQ+ community are falling apart, which is good. Their little elite failure groups only have the Internet. All the rest of us are live in person and not buying it. If this wasn’t true, then these app developers would fix the spam problem, but obviously they could care less, and We the LGBTQ+ People are aware of all the fake internet posers.
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