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Flirt, Date, and Meet Locals With Location-Based App Lovoo

Posted by Rob LeFebvre on August 9th, 2012
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

So you say you want to meet new people in your city or town? You're not the bar or singles scene type? The developers of Lovoo have you covered, then, with their location-based flirting app.

The app supports English, German, Czech and Turkish, with more languages coming soon. You simply log in to the service using your email or Facebook, then hit the "Flirt Radar" to find others in your area who are looking to flirt as well. You can sign up for the service within the app as well - no need to use the service website to create a free account. You can then fill out a quick profile with your gender preference, age, location, and the kinds of interactions you're looking for.

Seems like a fun idea, like a social network for flirty local connections. Let us know if you check it out and have any success finding that special someone.

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eye saw you Reintroduce Past Encounters

Posted by Kevin Stout on April 20th, 2012
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

Girls Around Me got some bad press. But the truth is that there’s a market for similar apps without the privacy concerns that arose from Girls Around Me. eye saw you helps users flirt and discover each other without the privacy mess: users remain completely anonymous until they choose to reveal their information.

The idea behind eye saw you are those encounters where people notice each other and don’t exchange much information. They may have just had a quick chat or only saw each other across a room. eye saw you is a platform for users to post what they looked like, what they were wearing, etc., the location and time the encounter took place, and who they’re trying to connect with.

No exchange of information or even pictures need to happen publicly on eye saw you. Users remain absolutely anonymous (besides from the descriptions they post themselves) until they wish to exchange information with someone. This seems like a great alternative to other apps that give off a feeling of stalking and invasion of privacy.