Connexion – Connecting Singles for iOS/Android – Popular Dating AppOctober 19, 2017
Boston, Massachusetts – Independent developer, Alain-Serge Nagni today is proud to announce the release and immediate availability of Connexion – Connecting Singles 3.5.0, an important update to the popular popular dating app developed for iOS and Android devices. Connecting Singles remains among the best, simplest, smartest, safest and most rewarding dating apps available.
The secret to the app’s success and popularity is a proprietary matching system that has been designed to help people spark connections that potentially lead to lasting and meaningful relationships vs. superficial hookups – or worse, regrettable encounters. Version 3.5.0 features a range of usability improvements and new features.
First, let’s focus on what hasn’t changed: developed by Alain-Serge Nagni, Connexion – Connecting Singles is still among the best, simplest, smartest, safest and most rewarding dating apps available. The secret to the app’s success and popularity is a proprietary matching system that has been designed to help people spark connections that potentially lead to lasting and meaningful relationships vs. superficial hookups – or worse, regrettable encounters.
Users start by going through a verification process, which has been put in place to eliminate bogus profiles and dubious players. Once verified, users create a custom profile by entering their interests, values and so on, and then sit back and let the app’s powerful algorithm dive deep into their network of contacts to find potential matches. What’s more, each time that users receive permission to access the contacts of their friends and associates, their network of potential matches grows exponentially. It’s an ingenious approach that is somewhat like LinkedIn-meets-dating-apps.
Users simply scroll through recommended profiles to find someone that catches their attention – or perhaps instantly captures their heart – and then send an introductory message, an anonymous invitation, a flirty “wink” or a profile “like” to see if there’s mutual interest. If so, then users can jump into a chat session and get to know one another, or connect in any other way they wish such as through video call, phone conversation, email, or in-person if they’re local.
While all of this is happening, users can easily “hide” from people who they don’t want to interact with, and refine their visibility settings so that they’re only findable by certain types of people (e.g. age range, location, etc.). Screens and interfaces also remain simple and easy-to-use, and users can opt to receive push notifications from potential matches regarding likes, messages and events. Now, let’s shift gears to focus on what’s new. Version 3.5.0 of Connexion – Connecting Singles offers key usability improvements and new features, including:
* Users can permanently delete other users from their potential contact list
* The overall search feature has improved to increase the chances of reliable matchmaking
* Users can access helpful tips to improve their overall experience and results
* UI/UX bug fix
* Communication speed improvements
“We take security and privacy extremely seriously,” commented developer Alain-Serge Nagni. “That’s why our verification process is robust, and we never share user information to any third party whatsoever. The reputation we have built is a key reason why our app is so trusted, and why people around the world use and recommend it to their friends.”
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 9.0 or later
* 47.4 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Connexion – Connecting Singles 3.5.0 is Free (with in-app purchases) and available worldwide through the App Store in the Social Networking category. There is also an Android version available on Google Play.
Alain-Serge Nagni was born in Swizerland. He received Master Degree in Science from “Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne”. Since 2005 he has been living in the USA (Boston area), where he is involved in several start ups creation in the software and biomedical arena. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2017 Alain-Serge Nagni. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.