There’s a kids app called “roblox”…30 million users.
Similar to the game “Minecraft”, but has a messaging feature.
The App Store is filled to the brim with Free and Paid "solutions" (most of them terrible) to dating, dating advice, "sex positions", chat rooms, etc. It crashes occasionally and message, answered or not, keeps the badges up. If they update it with a fix for the bugs, I doubt you'll find a better solution. One of the biggest players in the dating community is on the i Phone.
People that want to use the power of the internet to find a partner have to sift through the tons of garbage every random developer is putting out looking to grab a piece of that billion dollar pie. You can pay for an upgraded account, but its not needed. Most people say this app completely replaces the browser based one with the ability to upload pics and edit your profile. Their site is easy to use and they really do care about finding you someone of quality that matches your personality. I myself didn't experience many, if any, crashed. I think, though, these bugs don't make this app un-usable. You can edit your profile and upload pics from right inside the application.
The online dating industry is now worth billion worldwide each year. But, where there is good news, there is usually some bad.
That figure alone is why this app guide was so hard to write and why so many people have been asking me to write about it. One major drawback (and why the app has any bad reviews at all, it seems) is because they have quite a few app-side bugs.
There is no need for registration at World of Chat you may access the chat room as a guest if you wish.
Of the three apps, this one is being embraced by its users most.Feel free to leave comments with your luck, or lack there of with any of the apps here or anything I might have missed! It was started in 1995 and is now in 24 different countries. People are raving about this App and for good reason.It mixes the Free mindset of dating like Ok Cupid with the features of an e Harmony interface.Iain Morrison, 33, from Hull, was shocked to see the messages pop up within 15 minutes of starting up his son’s IPad when he decided to have a look at the “seemingly innocent” game after reading an article about it online.The former Hull KR player said he believes the game – dubbed the new Minecraft which is aimed at children aged between eight and 12 years old – is being used by adults looking to meet up with children.