So they offer several features to protect your identity, such as private albums and a pattern lock, which is basically just a gesture password.
You'll need to use the lock each each time you open the app.
So, even though there are plenty of other apps that facilitate quick and easy encounters, there’s clearly a demand for something dedicated to purely casual connection that isn't Craigslist.
Okay, it’s time to have an open and frank discussion about the battle of the sexes and the dating game.
I am getting terribly uncomfortable just thinking about it.
RD: Did you get ANY messages from guys that seemed nice at all? AW: No, but the creepy messages most likely ruined it for any decent guys that might be around.
That was one of the main reasons I called it quits.
It made me SO uncomfortable that guys so much older than me, older than most of my siblings (all of which are 8 years plus older than me), were sending me messages telling me that I was “hot”.
Some of the behavior this app facilitates might not be things you’d want to share with, say, your mom or your boss.
Casual X obviously caters to a pretty specific segment of users.
It calls for those who want “to meet couples and singles to have one night stands, friends with benefits, extramarital affairs, swinging or any other type of casual sexual relationship without commitment and emotional attachment.” It's definitely working.
In beta testing they amassed more than 50,000 users and generated at least 1,000 matches a day in their early stages.
The app has a pretty positive score on the Apple store, with 400 ratings giving it a 4.3 out of 5.