First launched in October 2014, Pure has been deemed as strong competition for Tinder since its concept makes finding casual sex partners quicker and easier.
The main idea for Pure is about self-destructing profiles that will encourage more instantaneous hookups while maintaining anonymity and discretion.
Take note that profiles are temporary and deleted after the 1-hour time limit.
Therefore, you'd have to create a new profile whenever you'd want to use Pure.
Other than a selfie, your name and any other personal details will not be displayed on your profile.
Therefore, you'd have to make sure to have one heck of a display photo to get noticed.
Whether it be to order food at 1 am, buy groceries online, book rental cars or taxis, make a reservation for housing accommodations, stream favorite shows and music, there is an app for all that and more.While it is one way of helping you remain almost anonymous, other users would also be anonymous as well.It is better to take precaution and thoroughly vet your matches well before you go meeting up with them in real life.The app heavily relies on GPS to suggest nearby users in your area. Being a visual app, the app only asks for your gender, sexual preference, photo, and nothing else. You'd only have your photo to attract possible interactions.The feature that makes Pure stand out from the rest is its self-destructing profiles.
After creating an account, you'd only have an hour to use it, locate other users near your area, like them, and if they like you back, chat with them and maybe, discuss a meeting arrangement.