Hannah Brown said that she has been in Waiting list on Raya’s website since months

Hannah Brown who has successfully done season 15 of ABC’s “The Bachelorette” and won season 28 of ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars,” She said that she can’t get on Raya, which is an exclusive dating app with a lengthy application process.

Recently she posted on Instagram story that she’s been on the waitlist for months  and still didn’t get into the website.

“Guys, I don’t know if you know this, but, I was the Bachelorette, and I can’t get on Raya,” Brown said. “I’ve been on the waiting list for months now.”

As per the Raya’s website, “Applications are assessed based on algorithmic values and input from hundreds of members of the committee spread throughout the world. Committee members are anonymous to each other and are comprised of various backgrounds, interests, ages, and sexual orientation.”

The website also specifies, “Application decisions can range anywhere from a day to a few months.”

Frustrated that she still hadn’t been accepted onto Raya, she added, “I’m done. Christian Mingle, here I come.”

Brown, who revealed that she had sex during her season of “The Bachelorette” joked, “I might not be allowed on Christian Mingle at this point, but if not, they don’t know the gospel — Jesus still loves me.”

Sophie Watson, a PR manager for Christian Mingle, said, “We’d love to have Hannah on our app.” She also said that Christian Mingle has offered Brown a complimentary premium membership on the app.

“We don’t do waiting lists — we are accepting of all singles on Christian Mingle. Anyone with faith for Jesus in their heart is welcome here,” the app’s brand manager said, according to Watson.

Trailblazing Trans dating app can automatically detect transphobic language

Butterfly dating app is an app for trans people. It can automatically detect the transphobic messages and correct them to protect the users from being abused. This app has an auto-correct feature which prevents people from sending transphobic abuse to trans users, as per sources.

This app was started by David Ronald Minns, the main goal of the app is to educate cisgender users about hurtful and degrading language through the auto-censor feature.

Its been 13 years, Minns has been developing dating apps. He decided to start Butterfly specifically for the trans people, who can face abuse and discrimination on other dating apps.

“It wasn’t sufficient to simply add transgender as a gender option,” he told media.

“Trans people on other dating apps either have to send a lot of messages and expect high rejection rates or sit back and wait to be contacted, either scenario is far from ideal.”

He added: “On Butterfly, transgender folk can take the lead.”

“Users can select every gender of interest for potential matches and once set, can pick other preferences such as distance, age and activity,” Minns said.

He has also shown his concern to Apple and Google to include this in their apps in their stores which use and allow transphobic language.

Portland Dating App launched

The Portland Dating App has been launched on iOS and Android recently.  Where the market is already coverend by multinationals, the Portland Dating App strives to do what microbreweries did for the beer industry – disrupt the giants by tailoring to the tastes and preferences of local customers.

“Over 2,000 people around Portland downloaded the app this weekend. We were blown away at the response. People spent more than 120 hours on the app Sunday alone,” said Ben Mussi, Founder. “When we found out it was the #1 Trending Dating App on the Google Play Market, the team was so thrilled!”

The Portland-Vancouver area has big dating community where more than half of the population is single.  Portland’s lively food scene, bustling nightlife, and many recreational activities provide great opportunity for dating. Though, modern dating has many challenges, as the people have busy schedule and traffic problems.

The Portland Dating App is a solution of many of such issues as it connects the compatible people with similar schedules on a neighborhood basis.  AThe features of the app have been designed in collaborations with the social media with singles, resulting in an app that continuously improves through user-generated ideas. App supports full screen mode where you can get a better view of the pictures and videos.  The app has been created with the idea to help people actually meet around the Portland-Vancouver area.

Woman took her revenge from a creep of dating app on Hinge like this. Read how-

You might know this big dating app called HINGE. This app is famous for making a match of people but have you ever heard about the revenge on dating app? Well, that is strange but true. It happened recently.

Recently, a man named Lake commented on a girl named Katie Ppfeffer’s profile- retarded. He said- “Are you one of those hot girls that’s just plain retarded? Bc your bio makes it look that way.”

Indeed, the young lady was angry on it and she decided to teach him a lesson by taking this matter to the father of that guy. She found the profile of the guy Lake’s father on social media and along with the screenshot of the whole conversation, she wrote- “So sorry for the random message. Just thought you should know this is how your son speaks to women.”

She also took the matter on Twitter and wrote- “Found this guy’s dads insta in 5 minutes, never underestimate a girl’s investigation skills.”

She also dragged the company in which he worked and tweeted- “@GeneralMills since posting this I’ve had four girls message me saying this man is abusive, manipulative and racist. I also found out he works as an intern for your company. If you’d like to know more please dm me.”

The company has not responded yet. But for sure, it is a good lesson to teach. isn’t it? Please share.

Grindr and OK cupid leaking personal details, says study

As per a new report, ppular dating services like Grindr, OkCupid and Tinder are are leaking the personal details of the users such as dating choices and precise location to advertising and marketing companies in ways that may violate privacy laws. The report examined some apps which comes in the list of most downloaded apps.

The popular Gay dating application Grindr, leaked user-tracking codes and the app’s name to more than a dozen companies specially tagged individuals with their sexual orientation, As per the report, which was released Tuesday by the Norwegian Consumer Council, a government-funded nonprofit organization in Oslo.

The report says that Grindr also sent user’s location to many companies which may be used by many other businesses also. When The New York Times tested Grindr’s Android app, it shared precise latitude and longitude information with five companies.

Not only grindr, But report says that OKCupid app also sent a user’s ethnicity and answers to personal profile questions — like “Have you used psychedelic drugs?” — to a firm that helps companies tailor marketing messages to users. The Times found that the OkCupid site posted more than 300 advertising and analytics “partners” with which it may share users’ information.

“Any consumer with an average number of apps on their phone — anywhere between 40 and 80 apps — will have their data shared with hundreds or perhaps thousands of actors online,” said Finn Myrstad, the digital policy director for the Norwegian Consumer Council, who oversaw the report.

A dating app for Ex latter days saints

A new dating app seeks to fill the gap for former members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints looking for relationships.

“It is not a place meant to pull people away from their beliefs,” said Zac Taylor, the app’s creator. “It is a place where people with like-minded, safe journeys can find a community.”

NEW, an app aimed at ex-Latter-day Saints, launched about two months ago and is available in both the Apple App Store and the Google Play store.

Users create a profile using either Facebook or Gmail, choose their affiliation regarding the church, create settings based on their gender and sexual identities and either tap “wow” or “nope” on profiles.

The app has gained more than 3,200 users and 76,500 swipes since it launched.

Taylor got the idea for the app after he had difficulty dating in Provo as a former member looking for someone who had been through a similar experience.

“I wouldn’t wish a faith crisis on anybody,” Taylor said. “It’s difficult to navigate, you lose friends and family members, and everything you thought was one way turns out to be different. It is really hard.”

He said former members don’t want to use Mutual — a dating app marketed toward believing members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, where users swipe up if they like a profile and down if they don’t — but also aren’t always willing to turn to Tinder, either.

“Tinder can be a cesspool of thirst traps and other trolls,” Taylor said, referring to photos used to attract sexual attention.

“Mine is just for a like-minded community of people who get why you might feel a little awkward at Starbucks not knowing what to order as a 35-year-old because you’ve never drank coffee or never ordered coffee,” he said.

Bumble Blocked Actress Sharon Stone

Recently, The actress Sharone Stone said that the Bumble dating program has blocked her from the app.

The 62 year old posted on Twitter that the Bumble said there had been several reports of a fake profile.

The actress of the 1992 film Basic Instinct asked Bumble, “Hey @bumble, is being me exclusionary?”

Bumble is a dating app where people find matches. Bumble confirmed that it has now unblocked the Actress’s account so she can use it again normally.

“Trust us, we *definitely* want you on the Hive,” said Bumble’s editorial director Clare O’Connor.

Sharon Stone became popular in the 1980s and 1990s, when she appeared in the movies like as Total Recall, The Mighty and Casino.

A scene in the 1992 film Basic Instinct became infamous when she uncrossed her legs during a police interrogation. She wasn’t wearing anything inside her skirt.

The actress got married twice – first to the producer Michael Greenburg and then the journalist Phil Bronstein, with whome she divorced in 2004.

In past as well, she has spoken publicly about dating.

In 2014 she said she was “available for dating”. On the Late Late Show last year she told host James Corden and fellow guest Elton John that she is in search of love.

“I like them tall,” she said.

“Hope you find your honey,” Ms O’Connor said to Stone, once Bumble had unblocked her.

Bumble dating app has many filters that users can use to find the matches of particular language or location.

Channing Tatum spotted on dating app, after his break up

Hollywood actor Channing Tatum has been spotted on a celebrity dating app after splitting from singer Jessie J.

The 39-year-old actor is looking for a love by creating an account on the private, membership-based app Raya.

“He’s been on Raya for a few weeks. He would love to be dating someone and is not shy about it,” eonline.com quoted a source as saying.

“He wants to have fun again and he doesn’t care if he meets someone online, a set up or just walking down the street,” the source added.

Raya describes itself as a private, membership based community for people all over the world to connect and collaborate.

“A friend suggested Raya and he felt like he had nothing to lose by joining,” the source said.

In early december, Tatum and Jessie broke up their relationship which lasted more than a year. They are still good friends and broke up without any drama.

They got linked in October 2018. the last time they were spotted together was in October when Jessie shared several shots of their outing.

Last year, both of them were seen in a mini golf date. After months of dating, the couple made it public in March when they were pictured together for the first time walking hand-in-hand in London. In September, Jessie debuted a new song all about Tatum at an intimate show in Los Angeles.

SHIP- Dating made fun again

Dating is great. Especially when you are not ready for a relationship or not committed. If you are not, then you can download some apps. Now you must be thinking which apps are we talking about? We are talking about the dating apps which are totally worthy. You can download as many apps as you want but the question is, which app is best? So here, we have got a lovely app for you all here. You can simply install this app and use the app without any difficulty. So let us talk about the app and how this app works.

The app is SHIP- dating made fun again. This app is totally a guilt free app only if you are single. LOL. This app is very unique when it comes to their features. You do not have to date others. You also can simply make friends in this app too. This app is easy and free of cost. You have to download this app, then set up your account and then you can invite other people to join your group. You can send messages to other people and talk to them. If you think you are not liking someone, you can block the person and move on too.

For downloading this app, you can simply download it from any store and this app is going to make your life happening and fun again even if you are bored from sometime. You can install the app in one click and then you can talk as much as you want but yes, please be safe.

Tinder users to experience Reality show

Now tinder users would be able to experience a reality show on their app.
Tinder’s “Swipe Night” debuted in the US on October 6, the dating app said, describing it as an “apocalyptic adventure” that will let members play leading roles and make quick moral choices as a group of friends face the end of the world.
The app dating service, is well known for its “swipe” feature on the profiles of prospective partners. The app said that  it hopes that the interactive show will help users who face their own thorny decisions for finding a partner in this uncertain world.

“Let’s face it, if we knew the world was ending, we wouldn’t want to go it alone,” Tinder said in a blog post Friday announcing the new feature.

“We can’t think of a better way to break the ice than over emojis and the apocalypse.”

“Swipe Night” is described as “a first-person, apocalyptic adventure where at key turning points” Tinder members decide what happens next.

In this show there is a group of friends played by actors Angela Wong Carbone, Jordan Christian Hearn and Shea Gabor and asks users to guide them through “moral dilemmas and practical choices.”

A new episode of “Swipe Night” is aired every Sunday and is able stream live inside the app.