Press Release (ePRNews.com) - NEW YORK, NY - May 17, 2016 - The Coy App, announced today its plan to launch its revolutionary iPhone and iPad application to the public. The app serves as a unique, all-inclusive video dating platform for people of all ages, sexualities and locations – including transgender people. The app aims to completely eliminate the 54% of online daters who are catfish by introducing a video feature, allowing users a glimpse into a potential partner’s personality, voice and style – a crucial part of determining chemistry and attraction with a short 10 second video.
“The Coy App is really first-of-its kind because of the commitment to developing a safe, honest environment for relationship building,” says Adam Newell, founder and CEO of The Coy App. “As the first video dating app to include the transgender community, one of our main goals is to be completely inclusive and create a unique platform that will allow all people, regardless of gender identity or sexual preference, to find that special someone.”
As the first video dating app to include the transgender community, one of our main goals is to be completely inclusive and create a unique platform that will allow all people, regardless of gender identity or sexual preference, to find that special someone.
Once the initial sign-up is completed, a user can determine the kind of person they want to search for with customizable specifics including age, gender, sexuality and distance. When users find someone they like, they send their video as an introduction, and if the person is interested, they send their video in response. If there is mutual interest, then the users can chat and build a connection.
Not only do the video impressions bring a much more comfortable environment to start building lasting connections, users are able to see who they are connecting with. In the age of online dating, it’s time for an upgrade. The Coy App is available for iPhone and iPad and can be downloaded at the Apple iTunes Store.
About The Coy App
The Coy App strives to create a unique platform for all communities to build real relationships in a safe and creative environment. Now people can confidently match with others by creating a ‘first impression’ video that best portrays their own personality, therefore eliminating catfishing and allowing the development of real relationships to be made between users.
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Twitter – @TheCoyApp
Adam Newell Source :
Founder and CEO
The Coy App