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He failed to make his first appearance last month, causing his lawyer Joshua Greeff to withdraw from the matter.

Two people need to exchange at least 100 messages, or “encounters”, before they can see each other’s profile pictures, and that’s if they really hit it off. You start off by downloading the app from i Tunes and registering, after which you will be asked to specify a bunch of interests and preferences relating to music, food, movies, pets, etc..

Once you’ve completed your profile, a matchmaking algorithm shows you compatible profiles based on the interests you imputed and your search settings (location, age, sex, etc.). Unlike pretty much any other dating app, Appetence doesn’t show you the profile pictures of your matches.

Instead of swiping left and right based only on your matches’ looks, you have to earn the privilege of actually seeing what your match looks like through conversation.

And we’re not talking just a few short messages, either.

In the era of “ain’t nobody got time for that”, when most online dating services are largely based on profile photos and conversation is kept as simple and monotonous as possible, the world’s first “slow dating” app is trying to get people to take things slow by first talking and getting to know each other.

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