TAIMI has added another two features to its dating service, just a couple of weeks after introducing an update for the new iOS 13.
The first change is TAIMI Spot, a feature that allows connections to be made with people in different locations. Users can select any GPS point, as long as it is in an area where the app is available, and search for like-minded individuals regardless of their hometown.
Co-Founder Jake Vygnan said in a statement: “The tool will be extremely handy to frequent travellers, business people, and tourism-buffs. TAIMI designed this feature based on multiple requests from our users.
“We are certain that TAIMI Spot will provide more networking, friendship and communication opportunities without jeopardizing safety and security.”
The platform has also become the latest dating app to integrate music streaming service Spotify.
Users are able to send their favourite songs to each other, pin an ‘Anthem’ to the front page of their profile and listen to previews of other people’s choices. The addition was made to help the community express themselves more clearly.
TAIMI was first launched as a dating app for gay men, but has recently broadened its functionality to be an inclusive social network for the whole LGBTQ community.
Its sibling app Hily has made waves in the online dating industry this year by continuing to grow at a rapid rate. At the end of September it was listed by Sensor Tower as the sixth most downloaded and the seventh highest grossing dating app worldwide.
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