If they have a similar attraction to you, you’ll be able to request more photos or open communication via chat to plan a meet up.All of this theoretically takes place within that limited hour window of availability.After 50 left swipes, you get one guy who's interesting enough to right swipe."- Neha, 27, Mumbai Treat the other person with respect"Don't be gross and be within the purview of being permissible. I think there are no do's and don'ts, if you treat the other person with respect.It depends on how well you can gauge how prudish the other person is." - Amrita, 28, Mumbai Your profile photo is important, so make sure you get it right"There are many weird profile pictures of a dog, cartoon character, and kids. I don't even know you, so why would I want to look at your chest?We were invited to try out Pure, and as you can see from the pictures on the right, we weren’t shy about signing up for a hook-up app at all.
When (or if) someone does see your listing, the will have a simple “Yes” or “No” option to show interest. Saying yes will make the user aware of your interest in them.There is nothing better for the couple that doesn't want to get too wild, but isn't quite ready for full-on public nookie.In the car there are no roommates or parents to walk in on you, no neighbors lodging noise complaints, no younger siblings to scar for life.The easy “thumbs up” or “thumbs down” function gives girls a much easier way to find a partner without being exposed to everyone.And for guys using Pure, you’ll never feel out of bounds sharing your desires. If Pure gets one thing right, it’s the privacy factor.Tinder claims it has seen a 400% jump in its downloads in India in the last one year.Its overall appeal in a country with an overwhelmingly young population is on expected lines.We've put all of the possible spots for getting hot and heavy in a Honda to the test.Here are the 10 Best Places for In-Car Make-Out Sessions."- Ratna (name changed), 31, Mumbai "Do not have scary selfies on your profile. Yet, I've been recommending it to everyone, just for the sheer joy of rejecting men."- Ratna "I left Tinder after a couple of months because it got really boring.It makes it seem like you don't have friends to take pictures of you. I lost interest talking to two-three men at the same time, answering the same questions — 'What do you do? ' As far as my experience goes, it was very mechanical.