They can rate men’s appearances, ambition and sexual performance and include a review of best and worst points.
No wonder it’s been called the “most sexist app” on the Internet and a “cyberbullying app.” Siren was recently founded by two women, Susie Lee and Katrina Hess. Women control who sees their image, who can communicate with them and whether to pursue a date.
Whether they’ll be hugely successful remains to be seen.
Friends can sign on as “wingwomen” without a public profile.Shelve the roses and chocolate, and bust out your smartphone—if you haven’t already that is.Online dating has been around for several years, but thanks in part to mobile dating apps, it is exploding. 31st is approaching shortly, and New Year will be there in no time.You must be thinking how you will get partners; it is not a Christmas tree that you can buy off from a shop!They made an appearance on “Shark Tank” in January and turned down a million offer to buy their company.“We see this business growing as big as Match.com,” Arum Kang said on the show.Others, like Bumble, which launched late 2014, are newcomers on the market.And as for whether they’re better routes for finding love and companionship, that is an open question.She then quickly rebounded with a new dating app called Bumble, where women users are in charge.On Bumble, users are matched with people nearby, but the woman has to be the one to initiate a chat within a day, or the connection disappears. However, for relationships where both members are the same gender, there is no rule about who can send the first chat.