In today’s digital age, we know everything about our friends through social media. In fact, most of us share everything about our day-to-day lives on social media platforms. Ask a friend what they know about you and they probably will tell where you like to eat, your favorite sport, how you handled your last breakup, and so on. Social media has made the sharing of personal information more apparent and people have no qualms about sharing their personal thoughts and experiences online.
However, for the longest time, people were hesitant or even embarrassed to admit that they had met someone through online dating. Drunken shenanigans posted to Instagram, check! Met the love of your life via an online dating app? Absolutely not! This was due to the general perception that online dating was used as a way to just find a partner for casual flings.
Thankfully, it is no longer a taboo to find love online. The increasing popularity of dating apps, such as Tinder, Coffee Meets Bagel, Happn, and so on, in the past few years is indicative of the mass adoption of such apps. Also, most of the apps are interconnected with social media platforms, which makes it hard for online users to hide the objects of their affection.
Now, what is more, important than your love life becoming public knowledge? The safety of the data that you share through these dating apps. Most dating apps were not that well protected against security threats. According to research conducted by a leading security firm, many dating apps do not have even the basic HTTPS encryption. So, if users share images when connected via a public WiFi network, other users on the network can see these pics and even insert their own pics into the pic stream of the app user. Also, it is possible for hackers to track the exact location of dating app users.
Most of the dating apps have strengthened their security and there is no reason why you shouldn’t use such apps. You should be a bit careful in sharing your personal information, such as personal/work email, social media accounts, using your real name, and so on.
AppDupe: Quit Sitting on the Fence If you are thinking of becoming an entrepreneur in the online dating app space, you do not really have to create your dating app from scratch. You can obtain a clone of a popular online dating app, such as a Tinder app clone. That’s exactly what you need to get your online dating app business up and running in no time.
Why look elsewhere, when you can engage with AppDupe? We have in-depth experience in dating app development and offer a Tinder clone that is loaded with features, easy to implement, and flexible to accommodate the needs of your business. We place a strong emphasis on data security and ensure that the information of your users will be protected against security breaches and hacker attacks. Some of the features we offer with our clone are:
Age based matches
You can try our demo to have a feel of the ‘as-is’ features we offer with our Tinder clone. It is important to offer a fair level of customization; so, we can help in customizing the admin dashboard, splash screen, logo, and much more.
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At AppDupe, we know that our customers are Entrepreneurs and keeping them succeeding is what will make us stronger. So, we promise you, Life Time Updates free of charge. Yes, we know that Apple and Google keep coming out with new versions of their mobile OS's and other companies we clone from also keep updating their features and UX to stay up-to-date. We will take care of that for you, leaving you to do what you do best, Win!
Is this legal?
PicMix and PicYou are almost exact clones of Instagram. MyCityDeal and Wimdu are clones of Groupon and AirBnB respectively. The only thing companies can patent is methodology for achieving an action or leading to an end point. If you can figure out another way to do that, without infringing on other's IP, you totally can. We could, so we did.
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