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Once you are matched, the painful private conversation can begin and the rest is up to you. Right swipe: worth the gamble it wasn’t the ugly duckling. Not least that the British gap-year student appears to have done more cultural damage to -Vietnam lately than the Americans ever achieved. It wasn’t the ‘look at sensitive me with African orphan’ pictures that annoyed me the most.Tinder claims to have made 100 million matches so far, and says that there have been 50 proposals of marriage, though let’s not pretend it’s all chocolate boxes and roses. Female friends who are regular users report grossly impertinent demands for nude pictures and/or sex almost as soon as matches have been made. Bungee-jumping or photos of you stroking a drugged-up tiger on your gap year: bad. The bikini shots often seem wildly misleading when you click on the additional photos, but who has time for that? Nor was it the beach star-jump action shots; nor the Machu Picchu/-facing away from the camera scenery shot.But when I slipped into conversation with a woman from Handy’s customer service department, she told me something surprising.“A couple months ago,” she said, “we thought the company was going to implode.” She alluded to outsourcing and infighting, and a workplace culture roiled by anxiety over the company’s future.You no longer have to pay for a drink before scanning a nightclub, compiling a mental list of those around you: ‘yes, no, no, no, yes, hell yes, no, no, both at the same or neither’, etc.Instead of the joy of chatting up a total stranger in public, welcome to the seedy world of Tinder, the i Phone app that’s been lowering sexual standards since 2012 in the US, but has recently swept London. You choose a picture of yourself, indicate your sexual preference, and you’re away.These apps are so popular, in fact, that it’s hard to keep track of them all.In an attempt to catalogue the emerging trend, I downloaded 25 different anonymous apps to my phone — every one I could find on the App Store — and tested each one.
The days of hiding behind pseudonymous usernames seemednumbered.
Given that smartphones have encroached on every other aspect of our lives, it was only a matter of time before we sunk low enough to surrender our most base instincts to our palm-held masters.
Well, congratulations humanity, you’ve gone and done it: you no longer have to leave your house to casually survey eye-candy and make that silent personal decision on first sight — would you or wouldn’t you?
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Posts can be seen by a user’s phone contacts or nearby users, and, so far, the crowd seems tech-heavy.
Handy’s third birthday party last month was everything you’d expect from a startup soiree.