An app called Spotafriend mimics the Tinder experience, but is exclusively available for teenagers between the ages of 13-19.“Allowing teens to use a dating app with a largely adult population is simply a bad idea: it invites danger.We’re happy to see that Tinder is drawing this line, and we believe it will make younger users much safer,” says Spotafriend’s creator, Benoit Tessier.The move is seen as a step forward for people who are transgender or gender-nonconforming who wanted to be better represented by the popular app.
Besides the main DJs you'll also find sideshows and performance artists allowing you to take time out from the dancing and check out the bizarreness.
Local fashion is also celebrated at the event, as each year a select few fashion labels show off their latest productions on the catwalk.
In the past, the app only allowed users to select “man” or “woman” when listing their genders on their profiles; now, it allows people to move beyond that binary choice.
The app also gives users the option of displaying their gender on their profile.
The social network has started asking users if they’d like to meet up with certain friends.
If both of you respond positively, you’ll match and Facebook will encourage you to strike up a conversation on Messenger.
Unlike Tinder, Spotafriend claims to be an app for making friends rather than finding dates.
Facebook has built a new feature that’s drawing comparisons with dating apps, such as Tinder and Bumble.
We know that some areas have limited access to Facebook, too.
So we are testing the ability to login via SMS directly from your mobile phone in various markets.
Much like Tinder, Spotafriend allows teens to view pictures of others near them, and swipe left or right if the person is someone they would like to know better.