There are currently over 50 million dating app users in the US. That’s a huge number of potential matches out there, and each new match comes with the added risk of meeting in person. Will the person you meet be the same as the one you spoke to online? Are they dangerous? are you safe Luckily, there’s now a way to minimize the risk: My Little Black Book.
Boca Raton, FL, September 17, 2022 – (PR.com) – In the US, 21% of women and 9% of men say they feel insecure on their first date. My Little Black Book aims to minimize these security concerns.
My Little Black Book has a number of security features aimed at making users feel more secure while using their favorite dating apps. The first is a “security check-in” system that allows users to send their location, who they are on a date with, and how long they expect to be on the date to a security contact they have in the MLBB added app. When the date expires, the user can “check out” again and update their safety contact with their current location or the location they’re traveling to next.
The Pew Research Center found in 2020 that 30% of US adults use online dating apps, but many users — “particularly young women — report being harassed or sent explicit messages on these platforms.” An additional layer of protection could be using an incognito phone number.
This My Little Black Book in-app purchase provides the user with a burner phone number so potential suitors can message and call them instead of their actual phone number until they feel comfortable providing them. This gives the user the ability to separate their personal life from their dating life without having to change the number if something goes wrong.
For those who want to go further, an in-app purchase allows users to verify potential dates using dating background checks. These detailed checks are among the most thorough background checks available and aim to eliminate catfishing and scam accounts from websites and in-app dating.
Combined with an exciting new future update – the Panic Button feature – users have touch button access to alert trained security personnel to assess the situation if something goes wrong. Security personnel are highly trained to know when to contact the police to ensure the safety of MLBB users. The Panic Button feature has access to the coast-to-coast 911 emergency number and uses location information provided by the MLBB to quickly dispatch police to their location.
Users can download To Date Safer for free exclusively from the Google Play Store.
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