For a long time gay apps ‘dating’ have been built for anonymity, instant access and faceless profiles. A new app wants to change gay dating in 2016 with an invitation-only, tight-knit community, in order to avoid catfishing, creeps and time wasters.
The new Hanky app, developed in response to growing concerns about the users of dating apps.
In order to join Hanky you need an invite code from a friend and validate your phone number, or sign up with your Facebook account. If you do not have an invite code at least three current members will have to vote you in.
“For a long time we’ve been fed up with the vibe of the other gay apps.” Jonas Cronfeld, co-founder of Hanky, stated. “We wanted to duplicate the nice vibe we experience when being introduced to friends of our best friends. There’s always a dash of trust and an expectation that we’re somehow on the same page.”
Hanky already receives thousands of applications every day from around the world, but 8 out of 10 guys do not get in. Jonas says:
“We will probably never have 5 million members like some of these other apps because so many get turned away. But we’ll choose quality over quantity any day. Sure, big numbers are nice, but none of our competitors have got the actual experience right – something we will never compromise on. Our users are nicer and sexier.”
Hanky is currently available for iPhone. Android version coming in 2016.
For more information and download visit http://www.Hanky.com .