And, Mixxxer, a new app based solely on sex, is vying to take that spot. There’s definitely a gap in the market and we’re trying to fill that gap as best we can. Where another platform's call to action is "find someone," on Mixxxer it's "get laid." Users here are invited to share explicit selfies, belfies, what-have-you, and The Daily Beast reports that more than 100,000 users have signed up in eight weeks' time.We looked at some of the bigger guys like Adult Friend Finder and saw they were having trouble staying relevant in this new mobile landscape, they are kind of big and bulky."Tinder's easy swipe feature seems in some way geared towards casual dating — if not outright casual sex — but Mixxxer minces no words. It's early yet, but certainly one of the hurdles for the platform's future growth will be ensuring privacy on those nudes.reports roughly four million users had their "email addresses, sexual orientations, and other sensitive details" sent out in the breach.
The hacker claims AFF ripped a friend of his off to the tune of about 8,000 and says he is currently in Thailand, where "any LE here i can pay off." Fortunately credit card details were redacted by the hacker before the data was posted.
While the world of apps at large might be entering into toddlerhood, dating apps are still infants in a lot of ways, battling browser-based originals including e Harmony, Match.com, and more obviously for the millennial set, Ok Cupid.
Grinder and Tinder both made it big, but — especially in the latter case — it seems like only a matter of months before the My Space curse sets in and relevancy is bullied out by mockery.
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On Tuesday evening, a hacker known as Revolver or 1×0123 claimed to have breached into the service, posting two screenshots that appeared to show he had access to some portion of the website’s infrastructure.