Yellow: The new dating app that mixes Snapchat and Tinder

Are you looking for a new, free, intuitive, and easy-to-use app that helps you make and talk to friends, even on the other side of the world? Whether you are on Android or IOS, we present to you Yellow: The new dating app that mixes Snapchat and Tinder!

French success story

At the origin of this application? A young Parisian start-up! Their project was born at the end of 2015, but the application did not really take off until February 2016 thanks to the start-up incubator Numa. Since then, Yellow has achieved the feat of bringing together more than 500,000 users worldwide in 14 months …

Its principle? Take the concept of Snapchat and that of Tinder, and make a smart and interesting mix to meet strangers. Just like with Tinder, you will start by creating and completing your profile. Then you rediscover your good old swipe habits: a left swipe to zap it, a right swipe to like it.

Where the application stands out is that, once there is a “match”, you have the option to add the person to your Snapchat and see their stories. Via the app, you also have the possibility of making Life! And if you ever lose interest in the person, nothing commits you to continue since you can delete them in two steps or three movements! A simple and effective way to meet great people. And maybe more…

The application is more positioned in “friend meeting application” mode, but hey… romantic encounters also of course!

For bilinguals?

A downside, however, we may shout cocorico, the application is entirely in English (for the moment) and its initial launch having been made in the United States and England, you may come face to face with a lot of followers of Shakespeare’s language more than that of Molière. And this, despite the request to activate geolocation. But its recent opening to the French market leaves us the hope of seeing the application democratize among the French … And thus see itself translated!

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