New dating app Appetence is touting itself as “slow dating” – essentially the antidote to quick-thinking courtship, focusing on building closer ties.Here’s why it’s different: instead of photos front and centre, to pick and choose your beau based on fullness of beard, say, the app won’t disclose what your potential suitor looks like until you’ve earned the right… The design of the app is the kicker: each profile photo is covered by what looks like a patterned patchwork and every “encounter” you have with that person – a like, a chat, etc."Seduce people using this ‘slow’ dating app" - MASHABLE"The world's slowest dating app doesn't involve pictures - and it's kind of awesome" - HELLO GIGGLES"Appetence is a new app that’s all about ‘slow dating’ – which is essentially just a cool way to say ‘taking it slow’" - METRO- Slower, It’s a Love Story Feel special again.Don’t be just a simple picture on another dating app.– will reveal a new piece of the puzzle, eventually unmasking your new beloved.The app’s founder, Camilla Forsell, created Appetence in answer to the boom in what she describes as “fast dating” scenes, with apps like Tinder and Bumble, where the focus is on speed, rather than connection.
Or, you can use Tinder and connect with a quick swipe.
As you chat with your match you have the opportunity to like the messages — or "encounters" — they send you.
The more you like, the more pieces of your profile photo are revealed. Your match needs 50 likes in order to see your full profile photo. Which means you'll both need to have some serious banter.
Love is ultimately an endless amount of wonderful feelings that you will only want to share with whom you decide.
- The Art of Seduction On Appetence the conversation in the chat matters most.