New dating app I WANT SXX brings complete privacy to users looking to hook up
I WANT SXX launches worldwide for Android and soon for Apple devices bringing a host of privacy protecting features.
Zurich, Switzerland, 15th July 2014 - Mobile developers Naazza GmbH today launched I WANT SXX (I WANT SXX - HOME) a new dating app for Android smartphones. The application will be available for Apple soon. The location-based match-making app has been created for users who require complete anonymity by running on a secure connection and deleting all traces of chat and picture messages exchanged between users.
I WANT SXX strips the dating process down to its core for customers: find a man or woman nearby, have a quick chat, and, if they like each other, meet for some fun. The app scans for users in a radius of 100km/60miles and opens up a chat with available people.
I WANT SXX is a quick, easy and discreet way for anyone to hook up with available people nearby. Unlike all the other dating apps on the market, there's no need to register, login via social networks or upload any details in advance. The developers have put a strong focus on privacy: users can exchange text messages and images over a secure https connection, and no data is saved or stored anywhere. When a chat page is closed, all its content disappears from both phones.
No registration required
Easy to use, no details required
Start and stop searching at any time
Scans 100km/60miles around the user
Block people quickly
No data is saved at any time
As an additional feature, the app automatically hides a contact if the users have already chatted with them in the last 60 minutes, allowing for a larger variety of matches. Users can block each match in a simple tap.
I WANT SXX is available for EUR 3.00 / USD 3.00 / GBP 2.50 on Google Play Store for Android devices at: play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.iwantsxx
The app includes ten text and pictures to be shared for free, more can be bought from within the app.
A video of the app is available at I WANT SXX - HOME
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