Here is an application not necessarily well known but which may break in the coming years. Because if it is not yet widely used in France, it already has several million followers across the Atlantic and is likely to experience a meteoric rise shortly.
What is Bumble?
As you might expect, Bumble is a dating app. It was created in 2014 by the co-founder of Tinder Rencontre. It comes straight from the United States, where it already has no less than 9 million users. Continue reading
Tinder is a mobile dating application created in 2012. A true social dating network, Tinder has quickly had tremendous success with single men and women for several reasons.
The use of Tinder is completely free. And that makes all the difference! Of course, paid offers exist as an option to boost your profile, but you do not have to pay to use Tinder: the kind of thing rather appreciable! Continue reading
We already knew the dating app “Tinder”, and here since July “Feeld“, dedicated to finding couples for threesomes, that is to say the “three-shots”. Imagined by a Londoner, it can locate potential candidates for this practice nearby. Continue reading
Addict to your smartphone? More and more impatient and passive? Remember to disconnect a little, before becoming totally unable to act.
The world days without laptop (February 6 to 8) intend to highlight a strange evil that we impact more and more, the addiction to “everything connected, all the time and everywhere”. Glued to our smartphones, do we become more and more impatient, even idiots? Continue reading
Behind you, on the web, you leave many traces, which form your digital identity. But is it a real “mirror” of yourself, or just a facade?
On the web, you share many things – photos, videos, Facebook statuses, tweets, comments, likes … Whether by narcissism, spontaneity or calculation, you transmit (sometimes unconsciously) information about yourself . Continue reading
Going back to the moon, admiring planet Earth from the porthole of his “room”: a sweet dream? More really. Thanks to the fads of a handful of tech billionaires, space tourism seems to be on the move. Continue reading