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The decision to grow WNM Live’s user base first, before heading to the i Phone, was a conscious strategy on the part of founder Brian Hamachek.
“I knew if I had launched this on i Phone right from the get-go, you have to have a user base or it’s just not interesting,” he says. The app, which lets users post updates and reply to those posted by others, is differentiated from the new “ambient location” (i.e., people-stalking) apps like Banjo, Highlight and Glancee, because it’s not about aggregating and tracking check-ins or geotagged tweets, nor is about running the app in the background to ping you when friends are nearby. WNM Live, says Hamachek, isn’t geared towards dating, it’s more for “helping normal people meet normal people.” (Oh burn, Skout users.) It’s also heavily moderated with a zero tolerance policy for spam and inappropriate content to help keep the crazies out, too.
When we made Whoa Girls, we identified the common issues that other sex chat sites have, and we set out to never let them surface in our own chat rooms.
So you can rest assured knowing that we’ll always strive towards developing a community that has our visitors best interests in mind.
Just like social network sites that are free, we do the same.
There’s also that above-mentioned, pretty out-there feature (or maybe I’m just old) that lets users actually phone other users via the app. You can accept, reject or block a caller, but you can’t turn the setting off. On Windows Phone, the calls go over both Wi-Fi and 3G, but Hamachek expects restrictions when they get around to porting this feature to i Phone.
, Tinder is the harbinger of today's hookup-fueled "dating apocalypse." But the truth of the matter is, hooking up isn't anything new (and may in fact be hardwired into our genetics).
The most unique thing about this app is one of its least-used features: on Windows Phone, it supports 3G/Wi-Fi calling. The new i Phone version, unfortunately (fortunately?
) won’t have the same option at launch, so it’s safe to use for now.