A friend, who will remain nameless, excitedly told me about the app and the cute people that were on it. However, as we’ll soon find out, looks can be deceiving.
Unlike Tinder, which uses Facebook to log in, Tantan asks you for a phone number to verify you and then has you select a password.
As part of the on-boarding process, it asks for the usual social network profile information and asks for permission to use your location so that it can find people to match you with nearby.
Next, it offers to hide you from people you already know if you’re willing to share your contact book with them.
To avoid message spam, users get introduced only when they both show interest in each other.My first step was to plug my phone into my laptop while running Apple’s Xcode developer tool.This is the tool developers use to build apps for Apple’s products.It shows how many times users have encountered someone and, like Moumou, conversations are based on a mutual agreement.Perhaps to make it less creepy and more fun, it could look to Draw Something With Strangers On A Train.