It is an exciting time for Flirt.com as they announce the release of their brand new online dating app. Now users can enjoy a better quality of online dating as the app will include a fabulous instant messaging feature as well as notifications and updates, all available with a simple tap of the screen. The new app will revolutionize the way singles can date on the move.
With advancement in technology and the ability to do pretty much everything on the go, never has there been a more important time to improve the user experience. That is why Flirt.com are releasing their brand new online dating app. The app, which will feature everything their single users need to enjoy the full benefits of online dating, marks an exciting time for the company.
Now with more than 4 million users, representatives of the online dating company are thrilled to be able to offer this new feature. Available for both iOS and Android devices from the Apple store and Google Play, Flirt.com expect the user adoption to be extremely high. Rather than having to log into the site on safari or Chrome, from a mobile, the user can simply tap the app and see all of their messages, responding to them simply and effectively.
For those that are avid users of the site already, they can download the app to their home screen and see everything that is going on. “Not only will this make online dating easier for our existing clientele, it will also encourage more users to take advantage of everything that Flirt.com has to offer. This is an extremely exciting time for the company” states the editor of Flirt.com Alex Reddle
The company is looking forward to their clients being able to enjoy a better user experience. Flirt.com are already helping millions find their match across the globe. Now they will be able to reach even more with the ultimate in online dating apps.
Flirt.com is a casual dating site that is growing fast and entered top 5 dating sites in 2017. We have more than 5 million active users and providing the best online datng experience all over the worls.