The app works on a ‘Trust Score’ system, which lets people rate you on the basis of your interactions with them.
Keeping in mind the safety concerns, it also gives you an option to switch on your profile visibility only to people who you choose to talk to.
Additionally, it also asks you to choose your hobbies (at least three) from a series of hashtags such as #Travel Buff, #Artsy, #Foodie or you can add your own.
The verification process may sound tedious, but there’s more to it. Truly Madly assigns percentage to different mediums you log in with.
So, finally when you log in to the app, it will provide you with people based on proximity as well as number of mutual friends in your Facebook profiles.
You can view pictures, read about their hobbies, job description, age etc and choose ‘tick’ or ‘cross’ to accept or reject.
Tinder therefore could not stay far behind in our list.
You are required to fill in a few mandatory fields such as your date of birth, height, state, city, occupation and highest educational qualification.
You can edit age range, height, state or city and the app will stick to your preferences by showing people from only that city or state and of that age, height that you choose.
The app is designed in such a way that you can only see the names of those you choose to select and for the rest, only ‘xxx’ appears instead of name.
It even offers vivacious stickers to express things you might or might not be able to ‘describe in words’.
One needs to obviously create a profile on the app first.