Men’s lifestyle magazine GQ has published a feature on non-monogamous hookup app Feeld.
Originally launched as 3nder, Feeld was made to rebrand in 2016 when Tinder filed a lawsuit due to the similarity between the two names. Another hookup app, Pernals, has recently changed its name from Cragly after Craigslist threatened comparable legal action.
The article covers the inner workings of Feeld, describing its various features such as profile anonymity and the 20 different sexuality options.
Co-founder Ana Kirova told GQ: “Feeld is a platform for alternative dating, for people who are beyond labels. They can meet each other without the necessity of coming from a very defined place with a very defined requirement.”
A new feature that has been recently introduced is the ability to anonymously invite people to Feeld, either via email or SMS.
This is to allow users to subtly test whether or not their crush has the same sexual preferences, hopefully making it easier for them to be approached in person or on the app.
A survey from senior dating platform Ourtime recently found that a quarter of UK singles over 50 would be open to being involved in an polyamorous relationship.
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