Dating audacious

A LONELY British man who set up an app that matches women with just him has claimed that 150 women were interested in dating.Sheridan "Shed" Simove, decided to set up his own dating app after striking out on other dating apps - but he's already facing legal action from Tinder, which objected to plans to trademark the "Shinder" app.“It’s unlikely that the female population will stop using Tinder and start using Shinder.” Simove, a serial inventor who published a Fifty Shades of Gray book comprising of 50 pages that were different shades of grey, said he had not decided whether to fight Tinder over the trademark.

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Thus giving the impression that the site is dedicated to their tastes and requirements and avoiding unwanted contact.

The site is almost completely free of advertising, with the exception of some promotion to visitors (people who come to look at the site without creating a profile of their own).

“I thought, if you can’t beat them, maybe create your own competition where you’re the only person in the competition, therefore, you will then by de facto win,” 45-year-old Simove told The Verge. In the kingdom of the blind, the one-eyed man is king.

I thought I would try to create my own pond, so that then I would naturally be the biggest fish.” He went on to create an app called Shinder which focuses on “quality, not quantity” and works like a normal dating app.

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