Yes, At first glance, DateLand – Tinder like mobile dating application for iOS and Android, doesn’t seem much different from the dozens of other dating clone apps that are already out there, promising to help you meet nearby singles.
After signing up and setting their gender, location and sexual orientation, users swipe through profile pictures, tapping a green heart when they like what they see and pressing a red “x” when they don’t. Any time a user “likes” a member who has also liked him or her back, the application declares a match and introduces the two in a private chat room where they can warm each other up, exchange info and arrange to meet.
But there’s something about Dateland’s simple, flirty interface that is undeniably fun. It combines the sleazy appeal of rating profiles, popularized by Hot-or-Not, and the excitement of apps like Grindr that let people browse photos of people nearby who are eager to meet up, and rolls it into a simple and lightweight application that is easy to use while waiting in line at the grocery store and fun to show off to friends at a party. Although the application requires connecting through Facebook — typically a turnoff for people who don’t want to accidentally see the profiles of their colleagues or worry about embarrassing notifications popping up on their Timeline — it is cleverly discreet. The application, which uses Facebook data to match singles, tends to show users only friends of friends, avoiding potentially awkward run-ins, and it does not publish anything to members’ Facebook pages. “It solves the problem of helping you get acquainted with new people you want to know,” Mr. Rad said. Check out the complete product page on Alikeapps – Tinder Clone Script.