With the launch of Appetence, we want to offer our users a real experience within dating, recreating once again the most gratifying feeling that exist when it comes to seducing someone: the conquest.
MashableSpeed is of the essence in our modern age of fast-swipe online dating. So much so that the process of swiping, matching, and chatting can feel like a race to to that great (or not so great, depending) finish line we call a date.
ThetimesIt is supposed to be an antidote to the Tinder culture where people are judged on their looks in seconds and rejected or asked if they are ready to get intimate there and then. The new Appetence "slow-dating" app intends to restore romance by matching users based on shared interests and requiring them to chat online for hours before they can see profile phot… See more
HelloGigglesThe speediness of online dating apps is a virtue. Or is it? You swipe left. You swipe right. Suddenly, you've amassed a bajillion matches. You start a handful of chats. And inevitably, you wonder if you'll ever find someone whom you can have a meaningful conversation with.
HuffPost UKA new breed of dating apps wants us to slow right down and stop judging based on appearances. Unlike the voyeurism and judging-fest that is Tinder, new dating apps Jigtalk and Appetence have slowed the pace right down. These apps are based around -shock- actually getting to know the other person before you judge their appearance.
MetroFed up of the speedy world of swiping, typing, and ghosting once someone sends a sh*t opening line? Maybe this dating app will be more your speed. More red-headed dudes are getting laid thanks to 'the Ed Sheeran effect' Appetence is a new app that's all about 'slow dating' - which is essentially just a cool way to say 'taking it slow'.