A new app available on smartphones allows users to view pictures and with a single click, to propose a sexual encounter. “With this application, they promote gender-based meetings and offers to help its users to enter. “With this slogan, the new i Phone app has something to arouse curiosity.
We thought it would be cool to have something like that find a sexfriend.“Because, unlike dating sites where dialogue has minimal importance, this application is simple and straightforward: when a person appears on your mobile, simply click” OK “or” Impossible.She subsequently received requests from other members and may enter a meeting by clicking on “OK” or “Impossible”.Note that the Pure application is a paid service and uses the GPS system to find potential partners in the vicinity of the user.“According to the website of the publisher of the program, explains that” it is natural for someone (…) to feel sexually attracted to a wide range of people. And the creation of this program is part of a simple observation of its creators, Roman and Alexander Sidorenko Kukhtenko: “We wanted to find an easy way to kiss,” they explain in “New York Magazine”. Finally, Pure wants to promote easy sex like buying a pizza or ordering a taxi.
“The new application is therefore intended to” help. “When you mention just a desire to have a car, you get very quickly indicate Pure creators.
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