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And now there's good news for UK users: nearox will debut its app today, 22 October 2013, with a bang, including launch parties at clubs, bars and gay venues in ."Users are able to post content just like they would on Facebook, but on nearox, all nearby users – not just friends – can see those posts.The art here is that claims it has a proprietary algorithm that ranks places and events for "hotness." I suspect that you and I (and the hamsters pushing the algorithmic wheel at Distinc.tt) already have our own idea of hotness.Sometimes, though, we're at a loss as to where to find it.
Do you feel that the gay community is all too often symbolized by shiny torsos with a body fat percentage below 3? Some very clever Harvard types (are there any other kind?nearox has already established a strong foothold in its home base and other German-speaking countries, aiming to become the predominant app of its kind.nearox is available in the i Tunes for i Phone, i Pad, i Pad mini and i Pod touch and in the Google Play store for Android devices.Instead, and I'm quoting the company now, "uses real-time collective knowledge to connect trendsetting crowds and travelers to the places and people that best reflect their distinct interests." Implicit in this rococo marketing speak is the notion that gay people know where it's at before, you know, other sorts of people do. In the i Tunes store, has a charming way of describing itself: "Finally, an LGBT app that you can bring home to Mom! Here's how I found out where the very crunchiest baguettes are at!" Indeed, describes itself as "clean, social, and fun." CEO Michael Belkin told me that this is very different from, say, Grindr: "If you go on Grindr, people change their headline sometimes to 'Visiting tonight, does anyone know the best place to go out?
Are you looking to establish or expand your circle of gay friends but not sure where to meet people?