The 3nder app got a great deal of attention before it was even released, but has subsequently faded away into the background noise of the app store.Anybody who has been single in the last few years will know that there are some incredibly odd dating apps available, and we now seem to be getting an almost weekly delivery of a new weird app. There's nothing immediately weird about the name of this app, but looks can be deceiving.This week it's the turn of sex consent app Good2Go, which, while seeming like a good idea on the surface, sparks a feeling of unease. In Iceland the population is sufficiently small and sufficiently concentrated in the capital city of Reykjavik, that accidentally sleeping with somebody who is related to you is a realistic issue. " "Because I want to check against a database that we're not related, just in case you come back to my place." "But I haven't even said I'm going to have sex with you." "Uh, do you have the Good2Go app?It does just make it awfully easy to troll rich people though.
But to add to that, it also asks you to rate how drunk you are...
one of the options is "I'm intoxicated but Good2Go".
If the date goes really well and you end up in a serious relationship, are you going to come clean and tell them you live-streamed your first date? Luxy was launched as a sort of posh version of Tinder, and it promised to "weed out the poor and unattractive" (terrible news for many of us).
Users must add their salary to their profile upon sign-up, and the average is claimed to be 0,000.
A particularly useful app for people who are useless at dating.
You can live stream audio of your date to friends, who can then send in text updates suggesting what you should be doing and saying.