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Meet Fwbdr, the dating app for folks who simply want to hook up

Dating doesn’t have to be serious.

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Who doesn’t like meeting new and interesting people? Many people are turning to dating apps to pursue dating and sexual encounters, serious or not. After all, as long as there is responsibility, consent, and protection, people can and should live their lives as they see fit.

The dating app market is constantly getting flooded with new apps, virtually targeted at any kind of relationship. A very good example is Fwbdr, a new dating app aimed at “friends with benefits” – or, in other words, people looking for casual relationships and/or sexual encounters, with no strings attached.

As it is with most dating apps, Fwbdr lets you look at other people’s profiles and swipe to either like or dismiss them. If they like you back then you have a match and, from that point on, a connection is established. After the match is made, and only after that, you can message each other.

This app is not aimed at a specific sexual orientation, so everyone can find matches on it

To increase security, the app allows users to send private photos, which automatically disappear after 24 hours. In addition, the process of manually reporting abusive or spamming accounts is really easy, with the action from Fwbdr also happening fast.

Fwbdr does not advertise itself as a dating app for serious relationships – in fact, it takes the “friends with benefits” situation very seriously, clearly encouraging people to use the app for relationships without commitment and emotional attachment.

The app is available for mobile devices running iOS and Android and can be used for free. However, it also offers VIP/premium plans, which give users access to new and additional functionalities. These plans cost $19.99 for one month, $39.99 for three months and $69.99 for 6 months.

If you are looking for casual relationships, then give Fwbdr a chance, and you might very well get hooked up with someone near you.

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