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'Bare It All': This Dating App Allow Adults To Share Their NUDE Pictures With Their Matches!

'Bare It All': This Dating App Allow Adults To Share Their NUDE Pictures With Their Matches!

An interesting app has hit the market where users can choose to share their naked pictures of themselves. It's like tinder, but for people who like to be naked.

When it comes to love there are many ways one can find, but sustaining them with so much happening around us is another task altogether. However, coming back to finding love in times of rapidly evolving technology there are many dating apps that suit various needs of many. Tinder is one of the most popular dating apps in the world. Even if you haven’t used it, you’ve likely heard of it and it has completely revolutionized the way people date and find relationships.

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There are a lot of people on this app who are looking for love and commitment, but some people out there are not looking for anything serious but just want to have some unattached fun and flings! While for some the concept of fun is sending titillating or naked selfies and pictures to their matches, which most of the time is not supported by these apps. But to make things easier, a new app is on the market that is exclusively for people who are all into some 'naked' fun! 

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When you are trying to score a one-night-stand and sorting through all the sappy profiles of people who are in the lookout for true love can be quite a task. How is anyone supposed to get straight to it when everyone’s being ambiguous, trying to chat and whatnot?

BARE is the new app that is trying to play cupid by letting the users share intimate photos with the prospective matches. The owner of the app said that since their app gives the people the chance to literally bare it all, it could also give them an edge over the competitors in the market such as Tinder and Bumble. 

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Even though the app runs on the policy of sharing nude images of one another, users will not be able to send the naked pictures of each other. The founders of BARE says that they will ease users’ fears of receiving unsolicited photos. The prospective users of the app would need to provide ID before using the app which will let them prevent fake profiles from popping up in the app when people search for their future partners. 

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One of the co-founders of the app, Gillian Myhill said that even though the premise of the app is based on racy content, their main aim is to make this a platform for the people only who are comfortable with each other. Myhill, while talking to Dailystar said, "Everyone is sexting these days and we can make it safe and respectful. Of course, you don’t have to get nude – you can choose to be semi-dressed or fully clothed, it’s all up to the individual with what they feel comfortable with. It can also be alluring seeing a person partly dressed, rather than nude."

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She continued, "We really want it to be at a level that is comfortable for each individual person. I definitely think Britain is ready for this. You have shows like 'Naked Attraction' now in its fourth series and nudity on prime-time TV."

Co-founder Philip Beesley said that the photos of the users will be divided into panels and the potential suitors could tap on the pictures to reveal more. 

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He added, "BARE is unique in that it allows people to slide up and down on their full body image which is split into six sections. People may choose to be revealed completely bare naked, fully clothed or a combination of both. A person’s face and identifying features are always obscured and they have to give their full, final permission before their identity is revealed via messaging.” The London-based app developers also added that the people using the app, if caught body-shaming anyone will be permanently banned from the platform. 

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The app reads, "Bearing in mind younger peoples’ emphasis on body confidence and social justice, BARE will be a unique player in promoting body positivity and will not concentrate solely on peoples’ physical appearance.” The app has been planned to launch on July 30 and will be available only in the UK.

Another similar app was also launched a few years ago, which was nicknamed to be Tinder’s X-rated brother, the adult-oriented hookup app 'Mixxxer'. The app was launched to help people find hookups without any hassle.

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The maker of the app, Michael Manes told The Daily Dot, "People don’t know when they’re using Tinder if you’re using it to hook up or if you’re using it to find a date. Our idea was to create something with a much clearer purpose, where you’re looking for one thing and one thing only.” Similar to Tinder, the app use the GPS location to offer the user the matches.

Apart from the fact that all the users of the app are looking only for hookups, the main difference is that Mixxxer doesn’t sync with Facebook profile and the users can upload any picture they want to. Even naked pictures if they want to. The couples who are looking for a three-way can create joint profiles, while the people who are not so open can adopt the built-in ‘shower door’ feature, which will blur out parts of their face and body. 

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The description of the app states, "This is not a dating app. Join for free and get laid tonight! Find horny locals wherever you are at any time.” Even though the app is filled with x-rated content, Manes said that he does not want his app to get the tag of being a porn app. But, because of the adult content of the app, the x-rated Tinder has been banned from both Apple and Google app stores. 

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