Gone are the slow-loading square photos overlaid with words; in their place is a Twitter-like feed with snippets of text.
You can still add a photo to your post, but it appears in a circular thumbnail next to the text.
It's a fucking stupid idea, NOBODY WANTS THIS, STOP FORCING IT ON PEOPLE!
These days, lots of dating apps pull your information from Facebook, allow you to add some additional stats, and get started on swiping and messaging from there, which means that the social media juggernaut is practically a requirement for online dating.
Yik Yak, an anonymous network modeled on bulletin boards, was valued at up to 0 million this year after becoming popular at schools.
Social networks that cloak identity have never been more popular — or more highly valued.
In fact, winter storms and cold weather in general are the best time for dating, so now may be the time to jump into the fray.
If you want to do it without Facebook, here are eight options.
While you can still leave public comments on a secret, tapping on a user’s avatar will now let you contact the author of a post directly.
Each chat gets a random label, like "Hidden Village" or "Magical Theater," to help you distinguish them from one another.