So, in case you’ve managed to ignore the signs, we’re here to remind you to take a chance…no pressure. First of all, my Facebook (FB) page is NOT filled with personal information or a ton of photos. No way am I trusting any new company with my cellphone number.
While I believe this is a cute idea (sometimes we have just seconds to get someone's attention), I still can't get past the Facebook integration. Most of my friends (real people that I can visit) do not use FB.
All other dating sites are designed to meet online first, and then go on a date in the real world.
But what about that attractive person you see in the real world, how are they going to find you online?
We’ve found that saving filtered snapchat pictures to your camera roll is the difference maker in online dating.3.
We’ve fixed the indicator of how many times you’ve missed a connection with someone.
From there, the receiver can contact the card giver via the Cheek’d internal messaging system.”It’s that simple.
Cheek’d is an online dating app with an unusual twist, one that encourages people to at least connect briefly in person before using online dating as a tool.
If the interest is returned the recipient fills the code into the site, looks at the profile and has the option of sending a message so they can connect again: an answer to missed connections.
Cheek’d does have one major competitor: Flip Me, which has essentially the same concept as Cheek’d.
Users of Cheek’d first fill out an online dating profile much like they’d create on any other site. The cards hold unique messages and a secret code which leads the recipient back to the user’s profile.