Psychology Today does not warrant or represent that Psychology Today directory or any part thereof is accurate or complete.Psychology Today disclaims all warranties, either express or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for particular purpose.The way that Glimpse differs from those other apps is that swiping left or right simply moves you to another person and is not a method to match.Swiping the “main picture” up brings up that user’s pictures which are the entire basis of their profile.Most dating apps that compete with Glimpse sync with Facebook for easy profile setup which is also fairly easy but is limited by what you put into Facebook. Because the pictures make up the majority of the profile bear in mind that while it’s easy to setup, the profiles are very very sparse. When you run out of users nearby Glimpse will match you with users from outside of your search area. I cannot stress enough how appealing the app design is. Remember that time in 2008 that you really liked Gavin Rossdale? Syncing with Instagram instead of Facebook may limit the profile creation process but it also adds in the best part of Facebook: People’s pictures. People’s weird comments, years old likes, and the fact that they’re friends with someone from Middle school that they don’t really know that well. If a user is not in your search area, you’ll see their location. You can dive right into potential matches within 5 minutes. The fact that I could skip people without giving them a big red X was pretty great feeling.
I requested my access code in February and finally received a code in April. After you’ve been given access, Glimpse syncs with your Instagram account in order to setup a new account. Similar apps like Hot or Not, Hinge, or Tinder also employ simple interfaces but for me, Glimpse really blows them out of the water.Every year thousands of college students, and graduate students too, pledge a Divine Nine sorority or fraternity.The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), which has been around since 1930, continues…If the name of your app is Hot or Not, rejection is inherently part of the process of your app. Matching is randomized and based on location and orientation. If you want to try a dating app that you can dive right into, that is easy to set up and use, Glimpse might be the right app for you. I cannot vouch for the actual quality of the people you’ll be matched with on the site.I don’t know about you but I kind of feel like crap if I spend an entire 30 minutes saying “OR NAH” to people’s pictures. Other apps match you based on preferences or friends in common. If you’re someone who wants a more robust matching algorithm, e then Glimpse is definitely not your cup of tea. While I did my fair share of browsing but I didn’t attempt to match with any of the users (I’ve got a girlfriend after all).