The world of online dating can be a daunting place. I know this from firsthand experience, as it’s something I’ve become familiar with over the last couple months. But there’s a new app launching that’s changing the way online dating works. If you’re single, you’ll be interested to know I’ve partnered with Pickable. Read on to learn more.
Pickable offers women a way to find men around them while remaining anonymous. It’s the first and only dating platform to allow women to retain their privacy in the online dating world.
For women, Pickable will require no photo, no name, no age, and no description; female users will not even need to sign up. This means women are free from wondering if their friends, colleagues, or family members might come across their profile or gain insight into their dating life.
Pickable is the only app where women have control over who sees their photo or information. Women simply open the app and choose men they like. That’s it.
Pickable provides a more tailored experience for men as well. They don’t need to swipe like they do with other apps. They just look through the chat requests they receive and decide whom to respond to.
It’s also the only dating app where men don’t browse through women’s profiles. They merely upload a picture, set themselves as “Pickable” for a certain time period, and let women contact them.
Men have a dashboard with real-time updates of the women currently browsing their photos and receive chat requests from women who want to meet them.
The Pickable model aims to cut back on time-consuming online chats and take dating into the real world faster than other apps. It’s a welcome development for those of us without much free time on our hands (and that’s probably all of us these days).
Pickable is free to download and is available on both IOS and Android. If you’re interested in testing it out, you can download the app by searching for “Pickable” in the app store on your mobile phone.
This post is sponsored by Pickable.
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