Hookup apps are great for getting naked with that guy 366 feet away. But when it comes to true love, it’s harder to find somebody who just wants to chat, go on a date and take things slowly.
That’s why Lance Bass conceived Sparxx, a new social relationship and dating app specifically designed for the LGBTQ community.
Behind the scenes, Sparxx is taking extra steps to keep people real. To create a profile, you have to log in with your Facebook account (with assurance that they will never post anything to your Facebook wall). You can even choose to not show your profile to anyone who has shared friends on Facebook in case you’re not out to everyone in your circles.
Then the fun begins. Like the hetero-skewed Tinder app, you’ll be presented with the profile of someone who fits your specific criteria. Simply swipe right if you like somebody, swipe left if you don’t. If there’s a match, it’ll let you know with a proud, announcement of It’s A Match!
Then it’s up to you to start a conversation.
And set a date to pick out china patterns.
Sparxx App, Free download
Currently in Beta testing