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A new era of GPS-enabled smartphone apps says that next great romance might be even closer, even sitting in the same coffee shop where you just ordered your favorite mocha.
"And these boys she friends with were supposedly 14.
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It's just this yellow square," said the mom, who wanted to remain anonymous. "I started to click on profiles, or whatever you call them, and there were some boys who asked not-so-nice things.
My daughter didn't know what it meant." It's supposed to be for kids 17 years and older, but Yellow doesn't prevent anyone with a Snapchat account to download it.
He said the app widens a child's limited social world beyond what is safe and healthy.
“What we are seeing is the (social) circle, at 13, widening to the world.
Like Hinge, the app obtains your Facebook information and connects you with friends of friends in your network.
Somewhat similar to Bumble's timeframe, users have but 24 hours to "like" or "pass" before their match expires.
Here’s how it typically works: Say a 25-year-old guy is alone at a concert at the Fillmore Auditorium.
If he has downloaded a mobile app, such as Skout, and uploaded his own profile and pictures, he can scroll through a list of prospective hookups at the same public venue.
Created by Tinder co-founder Whitney Wolfe, Bumble is designed to empower women to initiate conversations.